One thing I like very much about traveling is that you’ll never know what you’ll experience in a new place. More so, sometimes it happens that those small, unexpected moments are the ones that indelibly mark in your mind. (And oftentimes complete those wonderful memories of your vacation.)
I never thought it is in Cambodia that I will have the experience of being massaged by a school of fish.
While passing time at the town center one afternoon after arriving from a tour, we came to a shop that advertises and offers fish spa. A dollar for 15 minutes. With a free can of Coke. Alice and I said, why not? It will be a new experience, and there’s nothing else to do that time. So we delved in.
The next 15 minutes was an interesting experience. We don’t know what to expect, and so we’re a little apprehensive. I thought the fishes will bite. They bit true enough, but the experience was tickling, instead of painful. It’s like the sensation you get when your feet get numb from sitting for sometime and there’s a million very tiny needles pricking them.
It’s surprisingly soothing.
It’s so good, that after a few minutes of walking away from the shop after we finished the spa session, only then we remembered we forgot our free Cokes.
teachers for most of the last 15 years... into educational technology, e-learning and quality assurance. builds scale models of cars and robots, and experiments in photography in spare time. loves to travel and explore new places with family.
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