Checking out “Neth Socheata” is a sad good bye. For $15 it is a steal.
Siem Reap’s old market is quite pricey but the food stalls are excellent.
For $1.50 ~ $3.0 you get a decent noodle or rice meal, plus $1 for a drink.
This guy gets most crowd for the noodles and spring rolls.
Hold on, her boy friend is coming, damn. Got to go somewhere else for a seat.
Next morning,I hop onto a bus that goes to Poipet. Most backpackers buy a ticket straight to Bangkok.
At the Thailand-Cambodia border(Poipet, Sadao) you can hop on this Casino bus that ends its journet at Bangkok’s Lumpini park, only for 200B(US6). Try to look for the Siam Commercial Bank near the Thai immigration, where the bus leaves when full.
If you prefer an ordianry bus, take a tuk-tuk to Aranyapratet’s bus terminal(100 Baht) and try your luck.
I get dropped off at the final stop, Lumpini park and move to the Hualamphong train station to stay in a guest house.
I always stay near Hualamphong train station in Bangkok. This place is Baan Hualamphong, a dorm bed for 250 Baht. Perfect.
On the main street near the train station holds big array of food stalls and dessert shops.
By a Seven-Eleven shop, an old man brews coffee in an old school style for mere 10 Baht. It’s beautiful only for a price.
Train to Trang costs me 831 Baht for a 2nd class A/C lower bunk. That is a big drain from my wallet. You can buy a cheap air ticket around at 888 Baht for the same route.
Hold on this one has durian inside. Holy taste.
Anyone will love this famous Cashew chicken rice.
I am going down to South to Trang.
When bedding is set.
Day time seat formation.
At 8 AM, Trang station welcomes me but when going out of the station, surprise….