By far, the least hectic sightseeing day (Artisans' d'Angkor, Restaurant Cambodian Kitchen & Wat Thmey/The Killing fields), in the afternoon we were at Cambodian Cultural Village. The first one hour or so, in the museum showcasing Cambodian history, culture artifacts and prominent leaders, basically, we walked from one section to the other and then adjourned for the Cultural show at the theatre.
Sipping the canned drink, as I contemplated if I should get some snacks, that's when I saw the lady grilling some meat and the "Pong Tia Koon/Cambodian Balut or fertilized duck embryo. The embryo I've read is eaten by cracking the shell and sucking up whatever is inside with a dash of salt. Oh no!! adventurous I may be but no thanks in case I get the "runs". Honestly, I didn't dare and looking at how dusty the whole place was, all the more I didn't dare risk my health.
So the show ended and we journeyed to Hanoi for dinner.
Up next Pho 24 (Hanoi)
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