PP is much bigger and 'opportunisty', where SR is the world's central hub of massage. We partook in a $1 for 15mins street massage. Left pleased, but not 'happy'.
Stomach issues start creeping in but food quality remains high, everywhere. Use of a cheap end-to-end laundry service has us feeling presentable again, at least until we 'shart'.
Ian's room woes continue with another visit to the Emphysema Suite, but no early morning wake up calls anymore.
Cambodia is definately the excursion leg of the trip. We booked on for quad biking, sailed to the floating village, visited museums and dispensed our Rickshaw vengence with an AK-47.
2 days were reserved for bigger and more important trips. Angkor Wat and The Killings Fields.
Cambodia feels good. People are friendly and we have been targeted far less. Bars are more full with western and local people and SR felt really relaxed. There is a fair degree of begging however, and although you want to give to all, your money would never last, and shamefully, you become acustomed ignoring most.
Thailand beckons and brings with it our first beaches and a new experience. Mushroom Stroganoff...less the Stroganoff.