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Michaela Hackner

This sounds like such a first good night. You can't beat the food at Khmer Surin either. I definitely empathize with your connection speed issues. When I was living in PP, the best internet connection I found was on the riverside at Sunny Internet Cafe. It's just a bit closer to Wat Phnom than the FCC and it's often air-conditioned. I spent most of my evenings there, catching up on blogs and posting photos. It's definitely not the cheapest internet cafe, but it's probably the fastest and most comfortable keeping in mind that my knowledge is 1.5 years behind.

Incidentally, you're mention of moto travel in the rain reminds me of several memories when I first arrived in-country and took moto-dops to my yoga class, legs dragging through 1-foot+ of water. Stay dry, but also enjoy the fun that is monsoon!

Say hello to everyone for me; wish I could be there.

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