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2008.08.06

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Kirk

Hi Robyn - The Num Banh Chok was probably the most interesting meal we had during our trip to Cambodia. It was good stuff....

Lor

I need to stop reading this blog during lunchtime. Chicken salad just doesn't taste as awesome when I'm staring at noodles like THAT.

Cupcake

Wow ... you actually braved the bumps on the pathway to Banteay Srei by tuk-tuk!

:-)

Robyn

Kirk - agreed. I'm still craving it.

Sorry Lor!

Cupcake - you're a wussy! ;-0 Tuk-tuk is the *only* way to see the temples (within about an hour's range, that is).

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