Since arriving in Cambodia after some long drives, I've been keeping busy. I ate a silk worm. I met some cool people. I've been climbing all over Angkor temples for the last three days. I saw some breathtaking sunsets and got up super early this morning to watch the sunrise over Angkor Wat. I'm safe and sound, I just don't have much access to the Internet.
Some quick observations about Cambodia, as compared to Thailand:
The Tuk-tuk are different! Instead of being self-contained they are just motorbikes with cute little two-wheeled carriages attached.
The roads are mostly terrible.
The curry isn't hot! It's spicy, and curry-tasting, but not hot at all.
THEY HAVE BREAD HERE. I didn't realize I would miss bread, but after a month without I could just gnaw on baguettes all day.
On a similar note, wine and cheese.
The wats have been spectacular. I don't want to blog about it though until I can upload pictures. I've been very lucky to have a lovely photographer traveling with me. I will say that my legs are ridiculously sore from climbing all the steep, narrow steps up and down temples all day.
I will have better access to the Internet at some point. I'll probably be in Thailand again sometime next week, but that doesn't mean that I'll have regular Internet access again.