Ricky and I arrived back in Phnom Penh for our last day before returning to Vietnam.
With this arrival marked the ending of our trip. Yes, we’d be going back to Ho Chi Minh, but we were only there for one more day.
To say our goodbyes to each respective country, we wandered the streets and the markets, picking up last minute souvenirs and gifts with the few remaining dollars we had.
I still didn’t take any pictures of Cambodia, and even in Vietnam it was a struggle to get through midday supporting my own weight let alone a backpack and DSLR camera around my neck (note: I was still very sick from my food poisoning encounter and only managed to eat some bananas over the next few days).
So instead here is a photo journal compilation of all the remaining street photography from our trip that I took, in no particular order of days or outings. All but the first one were taken in Vietnam.
Hope you enjoy!
And so there you have a comprehensive visual tour of our wanderings around Ho Chi Minh (and one in a Cambodian tuktuk). Let me know what you thought of the photos! This is my first trip with this camera so I’m still getting to know my way around it, but I had a lot of fun taking pictures.
Next up will be my final post about this vacation – but I’ve decided to save the best for last: it’s going to be a sum-up of all the food we ate.
Until next time!