Next it was off to Siem Reap, the home of the Temples of Angkor. Mateusz from the jungle and I joined together to make the bus journey there together. On the way we got talking to Katie and by the time we’d bundled ourselves onto a tuk tuk in Siem Reap, we’d made the decision to tackle the temples collectively. A brief conversation with the staff in our hostel and there was another guy who was hoping to join in with a group. We had 4 – the perfect number to rent a tuk tuk for the day! At $20 total, including a 5am start for sunrise, it was a steal.

Another pre-dawn wake-up and we were greeted b...

My journey to Cambodia entailed bailing out a flooded Bangkok hostel, crashing in the bus to the border and sharing a beer with an American at the border’s no man’s land casino. Such surprises set me up perfectly for my adventures in Cambodia.

Due to the bus crash, I arrived in Phnom Penh, the capital, late in the evening. We’d hit a car on the highway and beyond damaging a lot of bodywork, a few hours waiting for police in a long traffic jam, everyone was absolutely safe. With no charge on my phone to find the name of my booked hostel and no money in my wallet, getting to a bed required a very...

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