|At the temples of Angkor
But Sam surprised us. He turned up bright as a button on the due date in Siem Reap and before we knew it he was drinking beer with us in the little restaurant attached to our guesthouse.
He settled on a used mountain bike that appears to have been made in Japan. It has no complicated disc brakes or suspension, but does have 21 gears which are stamped with the magic word Shimano.
|Tree roots grow wild at
temples of Angkor.
|Sam and Judy - on the road between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.
|Our first view of the Mekong River at
Peam Chi Kung, north of Phnom Penh.
|Feet up at a charity-run
guesthouse in Baray.
Sam is doing his own blog: http://intheplanetjupiter.wordpress.com/
|Phnom Penh - some of those who died in Kampuchea's
S-21 detention centre under Khmer Rouge rule.
|Stonemason at work at Kakaoh.