Cambodia Part 2

Cambodia part 2

A week of sightseeing, cycling, camping, cycling and more sight seeing.

Cambodia has a lot to offer we’ve seen Irrawaddy dolphins (Showaddywaddy Doplhins, according to Gary, although I didn’t see them dance or sing), cycled up one of the few mountainous areas in Cambodia, been on a motorbike tour to a waterfall where Gary got to swim with some monks and visited traditional villages, we’re now in Phnom Penh the capital of Cambodia, which is a lively city with a lot to offer including the thought provoking and harrowing Prison 21 and the killing fields.

For the first time since India we had to camp on route to one of our destinations, we’re a little rusty but apart from the heat and lack of water and having to cycle with no water or breakfast it was an enjoyable experience.

Tomorrow we will head towards the South West Coast to do some more Island hopping, after all it is a holiday before heading to Siem Reap to see the temples.

Hope you are all well and enjoy the Halloween Weekend

Love Ginette and Gary

3 thoughts on “Cambodia Part 2

  1. Nikki

    Hi GG
    Cambodia looks truly amazing. I did have a laugh out load moment….must people go and see the monks and swim with dolphins 😂. Hayley popped in to the shop to see me last week and showed me her medal. How brilliant is that girl? What a time! Good job they weren’t given the medals at the start. It is so heavy! Loving the blogs and the photos. Ginny you keep posting photos of a strange man….what have you done with our Gaz?!?! Nikki & Gary xx


    1. ggcorr Post author

      I will have you know I have always been a strange man, I presume you are referring to my fine display of hairstyles and not just my good looks


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