So, safely arrived in Cambodia (AND NO LANDMINES :-))
Cambodian people are very nice and friendly people and the countryside is really great! We (Nick & Nadine from the Netherlands, I) visited today and yesterday the Temples of Angkor! Amazing stuff and a lot to see, I really can recommend to spend two days here! Great is to take a Tuk-Tuk (day = 15 Us Dollar) or as Nadine said, a Schmunk-Tuk...
Only take care of the kids around the temples, the only "one dolla" offer of any kind of products drives you after 5 hours mad... :-)
But I can confirm that they are ALWAYS very friendly and go away when u tell them (which is not the case in Bangkok!)
Anyway, was really great so far and I'm heading tomorrow to the capital Phnom Penh.
NOT TO FORGET: Of course I'll watch the Germans tonight playing! GOOOOOOO SCHLAAAAAAND!
DJ Schatzi? Well, that a funny story, I had with the Dutch guy. We recognized that Dutch and German is really very similar and I decided to learn Dutch. During a conversation with him, where we compared vocabularies, he mentioned that we have in Germany that "DJ Schatzi", but well he meant DJ Oetzi...
Talk to u soon.