Travels to Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia: Part I
Travels to Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia: Part II
Travels to Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia: Part III
Travels to Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia: Part IV
Day 5 was not actually the last day of our trip to Cambodia, but the second last. Since we left on the next day early morning, a 7a.m. flight, day 5 became the actual last full day we spent there. We did not have any trips or itinerary planned for the day, so we got up rather late and had breakfast at around 9am. We had the same usual breakfast for the last time and off to spent our day in Siem Reap town.
We soon found ourselves at the Old Market again. This time we did some really serious shopping. I bought myself a neat looking North Face waist pouch for my DSLR and a pair of Puma sneakers at a steal.
We visited The Blue Pumpkin again and this time, we were early. We got a real good position on the tall couch on the second level's Cool Lounge. This time, I was all so trigger happy on my D50 that later, some one started to follow what I was doing and started snapping his food with his EOS1D. Oh no, I have forgotten the names of the food that I had eaten!
We were back on the streets. With all the food heavy in our tummy, we needed to walk around to digest. Fio decided to go for an hour-long Khmer style foot massage for US$6, apparantly, the full body massage costs the same as well. I did not try as I was always ticklish about massage. According to Fio, it was unlike any of our foot massage where the masseur presses your sole hard, giving you a nasty scream and then diagnose any potential health problems.
We thought we should really stop roaming the streets and decided to go for a coffee and a snack at Le Grande Cafe at 5pm.
We had a dinner at around 7pm at Why Not? restaurant. It was an open-facade restaurant that serves a comprehensive range of Khmer and western food at a real cheap price. We ordered a Tom Yum soup and a sweet-and-sour fish. Our last dinner was nothing too fantastic, just a simple but rather good one.
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