June 11. On to Cambodia. A one-liner.

We take a bus to Cambodia in the early afternoon, leaving me just enough time to enjoy a last cinnamon frappucino or whatever it was. Bus service is up to international standards, it’s just another boring ride with some waiting at the border but no major difficulties. Yeon get her 25 dollar visa at the border and we can continue to Phnom Phen, where we arrive after dawn and decide to look for a guesthouse after taking in our first Cambodian share of internet and caffeinated hot drinks. Someone at a fully booked guesthouse brings us to a befriended lodging where we get an affordable room in a building with a lot of nice stairs.

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Kamiel Choi

Dutch philosopher and poet, sometimes sharing thoughts on the internet.

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