For today post, I will just combine my day 4 and 5 photos as a wrap up post for my Cambodia trip. Since we have not been to a lot of places on day 4 and day 5 is the day that we headed back to Penang. So here we go... (Great, a very short intro in deed) :"P
More photos after the jump...
As I mentioned before, we didn't went to a lot of places other than hang around in the town area for some walk, eat as well as feel the city some how. Going to the market, sitting in the local restaurant to try their food, and finally at night, we have our dinner at the temple restaurant to enjoy the performance of the traditional dance from 7pm - 9pm every evening. The dance is just fantastic, slow yet graceful in deed. Oh ya gonna love the expression from the dancer as well. I got my eyes on one of the guy dancer cause, he just got a smile that could cheer up the whole crowd somehow. (Probably he could venture into the acting career in stead of dancing). ;)
And on Day 5, nothing much, we revisited the market again in the morning for breakfast. Seriously you gonna try their noodle. You could top up some additional dishes in it if you are interested to do so. And it is very very delicious in deed. x"D and then we headed to the airport for our plane headed back to Penang. (And yes we transit from KLIA to Penang).
Anyway this is the wrap up post for my Cambodia trip. It has been a great trip for me (Other than the heat and the dust). I heard a lot about some bad story about this land but after I have been there and experience it myself. I think it is way much better than I think. The people is very friendly in deed and also warm in helping you out when you need help. Anyway I will end the post with a Japanese granny that I took in the airport while I am waiting for my flight. Somehow, I just felt that her smile do give me a very peaceful and contented feel somehow. :) No matter what, I hope that you all have enjoy some short write up and the photos that I posted and shared so far. Have a great night people. Signing off...
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