June 28, 2012

Day 4- Phnom Penh

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The better part of day 4 was spent on a bus travelling from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh. When we arrived, we had a tour of the city at night which was quite pretty. However, as I am not yet a pro with my camera, I wasn't able to capture any great shots of the beautiful night lights. There were some locals doing some synchronised dancing on the roadside. There was a very big community feeling to it.
The highlight of the day was my burger at a restaurant called 'Friends' which employs orphans and trains them to achieve greater. This was one of the best burgers I've ever had, I wasn't expecting it to be great seeing as Khmer food is the main focus in Phnom Penh. As much as I love Asian food, you can understand that an occasional break is needed!
P.S I am constantly doing so much that there is a bit of a backlog on posts, I am on day 9 now. I promise to update as soon as I get the chance! Hopefully tonight. Dinner time now, toodles xxx

3 thoughts on “Day 4- Phnom Penh”

  1. Adeola says:

    Hi, I stumbled across your blog by chance and I’m very happy I did. It is a fun, unpretentious site and i was particularly interested in your trip across SE Asia. How did you find out about it (travelling for a month across SE Asia)?

    1. Mirror Me says:

      Thankyou so much! I have always wanted to visit SE Asia but I knew that I couldn’t do it without help from an experienced tour guide so I booked through G Adventures- the trip is called Indochina Discovery. If you google that, it’ll come up.

  2. Adeola says:

    Thank you for replying back, I will definitely check it out xx

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