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  • Name: Denise Tan
  • DOB: 13th July 1987
  • NTU Sociology student


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    Sunday, August 10, 2008

    Day 4 of our trip

    We had our breakfast here before going for Mass.

    Notre Dame Cathedral

    Beautiful tainted glass windows.

    The whole place is really magnificant and overwhelming!

    In the bus. Our journey to Cambodia - Phnom Penh.

    Vietnam Border

    Mr g insisted me in posting this "medusa" picture of myself. hahaz. I think you guys should know who was the culprit behind this 'pretty' photo. Of course must also thank the SUPER strong windfor 'styling' my hair too. LOL.

    Cambodia Border

    But i guess i'm still very kind because he still looks like human in this photo unlike me! hehe. =p

    The STUPID bus driver didn't wait for all the passengers to be on board before driving off to park at the resting point about 4km away!!! Can you believe it?!! We had no choice but to walk there as we didn't dare to trust any of the drivers offering us rides. Damn scary...What an experience but an unpleasant one though! Luckily i didn't travel alone..phew~

    Finally we reached the IDIOT bus. haha.

    Greeneries all the way for 5.5hrs.

    There was a ferry that transported us across the river! It's so cool!

    All drivers parked their vehicles on the ferry waiting to be transported across.

    Phnom Penh

    Phnom Penh is much backwards than Ho chi Minh for sure. But one thing i couldn't figure out and that is why they have well established petrol stations with convenient stores just like ours when they are even less developed than Ho Chi Minh. Weird right?

    This driver is a dishonest man. Why so? Because he purposely gave us the wrong direction to the place we wanted to go when we didn't want to do his business (be our driver to bring us around for the next day). He quoted us $US20! Very expensive for a tuk tuk. In the end, we asked the hotel staff to book us a nice taxis which only cost us an extra $US5.

    Taking my 1st Tuk Tuk ride.

    Phnom Pehn (very quiet; like a dead town especially in the non touristy area) is a direct contrast of Ho Chi Minh (very noisy and vibrant), although both are capitals of their own countries.

    Many times, i felt uneasy walking on the streets. Especially after the sun sets... I was really glad to have mr g around. =)

    This was the place we had our dinner.


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