Back­pack girls die ‘af­ter tak­ing medicine for food poi­son­ing’

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on a boat trip to the is­land of Koh Thon­say just three days ago. In Septem­ber she had posted pic­tures of her­self trav­el­ling across Indonesia, in­clud­ing trips to is­lands Bali and Gili Trawan­gan.

Her Twit­ter ac­count sug­gested a love for for­eign travel.

Natalie wrote in a re­cent tweet: “Fig­ur­ing out where I want to travel to is so hard be­cause I want to go ev­ery­where and do ev­ery­thing.

“Any­body wanna road trip Amer­ica? Hik­ing in the Ama­zon for­est? In­ter­rail Europe? Work in Aus­tralia? Work in Hong Kong? And the list goes on.”

Cam­bo­dia’s Depart­ment of Im­mi­gra­tion said pre­lim­i­nary in­ves­ti­ga­tions found they had been “suf­fer­ing from di­ar­rhoea and vom­it­ing”.

It is be­lieved the women pur­chased tablets.

A For­eign and Com­mon­wealth Of­fice spokesman said: “We are supporting the fam­ily of a Bri­tish woman who has died in Cam­bo­dia, and are in con­tact with the lo­cal au­thor­i­ties in­ves­ti­gat­ing her death.” had

The body of Natalie, above, was found in a bed­room, left, af­ter telling staff at a hos­tel in Kam­pot, right, that she felt un­well

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