First we had to leave Phnom Penh . . .
The easiest way to know you’re on the way to Buffalo Island (which isn’t really an island) is to look for the Cham Village:
Soon after, we arrived to “Champouh Ka Ek Pagoda,” which is the largest I’ve ever been to:
Then, Buffalo Island!
This woman randomly knew me from Tech Camp (months ago) and was able to identify me. Crazy. I didn’t recognize her. Her kid played Android games the entire time we all had breakfast at the same table . . .
There should be a large gap here, which is why I’m typing this. After we got to a certain point, we turned around. It was time to go to the food market known as Kien Svay. We found Noodle Nude, which we did not choose to enjoy.
Then, Kien Svay:
Khmer fish sticks:
A corn dessert:
My friend and coworker, Nary:
Resting my wounded leg: