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This month I’m traveling for 12 months, like 365 days! I always said, I’ll go and see how long it will be. I didn’t had a goal to stay away for long. I just wanted to travel and do want I want to do.
This was my first big backpacktrip and I can say it isn’t my last one. When I think back about the last year it was crazy. Sometimes I scroll my Facebook or Instagram and see all those memories! Sometimes a bad picture still had awesome memories! I learned a lot about myself, the people around me and the world. Nobody can take that from me.
This morning we took the slowboat from Muang Khua to Muang Ngoy Neua. Before I picked up my breakfast at the local market. Some mandarines and bananas. Always a good start of the day. I saw on the local market also some strange other stuff, one of the pictures below shows it. I think it is a bad or something.
I stayed at the Mad Monkey Hostel in Phnom Penh and booked my ticket over there. There where 3 options to of busses. Local bus ($13), an touringcar($18) and a minivan($15). I took the touringcar with wifi and comfortable seats. It was leaving at 7 o’clock in the morning. (little bit hard after a good beerpong play in the Mad Monkey bar)
Tip: Do the audio tour. Its $6 and with it! They have a lot of languages.
Yesterday it was the most depressing day of my trip so far. In the ’70’s (’75 till ’79) one out of four Cambodians where killed by the Khmer Rouge. There are more than 20.00 mass graves in Cambodia and two million people out of a population of 8 million where killed. The rest of the world didn’t know whats going on on that moment. It was hard to see al the pictures of the killing fields and bones and clothers everywhere. They are still in the ground and you can see them. When it is raining they will come up to the surface.
Nice to see on the Boattrip Sihanoukville is the Absinthe distillery on a tropical island.
We started our Boattrip Sihanoukville at Blame Canada beach bar at 10.30. It was a perfect time after a night out. There are different boattours from the beach but this one was nice! You’ll pay $15 for the whole day including a free shotgun beer and lunch.