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Cleaning up in Mondulkiri

Sopani brought us to the market where we had coffee and Khmer noodles as well as some super sweet donuts for breakfast. I could only eat one of those. The coffee in this part of the world is phenomenal. It's brewed as thick as pudding and served with sweetened condensed milk at the bottom of the glass. You can have it hot or iced, it's just amazing. Even better than in Honduras, I'd say.

We hopped in a van and went back to Ban Lung and the ranger's office. I quickly grabbed my stuff and was whisked off to Sen Monorom to try and see the famous elephants. The company I wanted to go with was all booked up, so I just gave up on it.

I decided to rent a motorcycle and go to another waterfall instead. Enzo, a Spanish looking guy, happened to be there and I invited him along, as I was leaving the next day. I assured him I was a very experienced motorcyclist. We agreed to meet up tomorrow.

I sent all my gross jungle clothes to the laundry and hoped they would be done tomorrow. I went for a dinner of street food and went to bed so sleepy again.

In another minivan

In another minivan

Papaya dinner

Papaya dinner

Posted by baixing 17:00 Archived in Cambodia

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