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There is a rough plan, which involves a variety of transport types….
….. Obviously, the largest distances are by Airplane!
Once we arrive at the ‘Official Start Point’ we will be travelling by (t)rusty moped – but to get there involves whatever means you chose to get there… (flight to Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH), Taxi/Tuk-tuk to town, Train/Bus/Taxi to Sihanoukville)
We will be leaving the Official Start Point (which will be somewhere in Sihanoukville) on Tuesday 4th April 2017, and travelling in an Anti-clockwise loop around the Tonle Sap Lake, returning to Sihanoukville on 14th April….
Then the ‘official rally’ ends to allow people to return to PNH for flights home…. but for those with a few more days to enjoy the country, there are plenty of places to see on the coast – for 1, 2, 3 or more days – all within easy travel back to the capital for the airport.
We will be visiting the obvious places en-route – Phnom Penh, Siem Reap (Ankor Wat), Battambang, Phnom Penh for the start of the Songkran Festival, Sihanookville for more Songkran, Kampot coastal area….. but probably not by the most obvious route – otherwise it is all too easy to miss the “best” bits of the country – the Khmer people in their local environment.
Hopefully taking in a boat ride on the Lake/Mekong river – dependant on water levels.