Preparing for the Trip to Phnom Penh

Our bus trip to Phnom Penh was scheduled at 12:30PM and we only got 2 hours left to prepare. As soon as we got back from our temple tour, we went straight to the hotel's restaurant to take our breakfast before packing our stuff.

Breakfast at Bou Savy Guesthouse
Photo Credit: Jego
Bread w/ Butter and Jam and Scrambled Eggs

They have a limited selection from their breakfast menu - mostly bread and noodles.

 Breakfast at Bou Savy Guesthouse
Bou Savy Breakfast Menu

The trip to Phnom Penh is 7 hours long so I made sure I eat something heavy.

Breakfast at Bou Savy Guesthouse
Fried Noodle with Vegetable and Meat

Breakfast at Bou Savy Guesthouse
Photo Credit: Deb
Pancake

Breakfast at Bou Savy Guesthouse
Photo Credit: Deb
Beef Noodle Soup with Vegetables

Breakfast at Bou Savy Guesthouse
Photo Credit: Deb
Black Coffee with Milk and Ice

We settled our hotel bill and received some cute souvenirs (with candies inside) from the manager.

Breakfast at Bou Savy Guesthouse
Photo Credit: Binder

We asked the manager to break our money into small change so we can use something during the trip.

Breakfast at Bou Savy Guesthouse
 You need 4 of this 1000 riels to make a dollar.

NOTE: When your change is less than a dollar, expect to receive riels.

I took the uneaten bananas so I can have something to munch on the bus. [Read: Takot magutom.]

Good thing me and my roommates took a shower before we left for the temples earlier so we had plenty of time to relax before the bus picked us up. I was able to take a nap for about 30 minutes.

--- part 22 of my 3 Countries, 7 Days - Malaysia, Cambodia, Vietnam series

Read part 21 here: Angkor Archaeological Park: Ta Prohm

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