From Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam I took a bus to Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
I did not want to pass up the opportunity of visiting two countries on just one travel.
It was about 7 hours away.
The bus was full of tourists like me. I was seated besides an Australian woman.
We had to stop at the border for documents checking.
Everthing was orderly.
Everyone was smiling with each other.
Upon arriving at the city, I hired a tuk tuk driver.
He spoke English.
He was a good man. He was my tour guide.
I learned about Cambodian Arts.
I met a friendly monk who was kind enough to have a picture with me.
I made friend with a child who was playing around while the parent was selling stuff.
I felt safe in Phnom Penh.
Even at night time there were many people at the park.
Families and friends, they seemed to be enjoying themselves. They were having a picnic. There was vendor everywhere.
The park was full of laughter.
It was fun going to the night market.
There were many clothes and other stuff all at affordable prices.
I liked the food.
But I loved the way the Cambodians served chocolate drink.
It tasted so good also.