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Goodbye Cambodia, Back to Singapore

One last time...

My third and last day in Cambodia was spent riding my bike around Siem Reap, getting breakfast, hitting a few markets for some souvenirs and getting packed up to end my two week journey. In just two weeks I had seen ladyboys in Phuket, rode an elephant and petted a live tiger in Chiang Mai, toured the streets of Bangkok, and explored countless hours at Angkor Wat. If I could choose one way to end my time in Asia, I would say I picked the best for last and ended perfectly.

While in Singapore I flew on 15 flights - on Lao Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, Air Asia, Tiger Airlines, Bangkok Air, JetStar, KLM and probably some I am forgetting. And this was the last time I would be flying back to Singapore. Because of this experience, I now know baggage restrictions in terms of kg, not pounds, and that's a sign I have been away from home for too long. It was time to go to Singapore for one last day.

I had planned this trip out to end on the 15th, spend the 16th in Singapore and fly out at 2am on the 17th back to the USofA. And it was finally all coming to an end...

Posted by Cassi 16:51 Archived in Singapore

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