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It's been a long 10 days so we've decided to take a step back and relax for a few days by the sea. We've come to Sihanoukville to chillax but also to collect our Vietnam visa. The Vietnam consulate is located here which makes it easier for us to apply and collect the passport in person rather than handing it over to a stranger back in Phnom Penh. We are staying at the far end of ...
... covered up cannon on the right side. This must be the Navy Beach Pat had told us about yesterday. We were going to walk up to the lighthouse but from what we understood, they were only going to be here for an hour and we didn't have enough time. There was a base with a few old buildings, surrounded by banana trees and chickens. We saw a few of the local guys playing a game similar to lawn bowls. They had hard round balls and were trying to see who could get them closest to a ...
... a speciality they expressed. I explained back to her that it was the worst Calamari I'd ever eaten (not a complete lie, the calamari in Otres was actually a squid on a skewer, to be precise). She took it back and gave me the menu to order something else, but I was no longer hungry and very, very tired. I had a few bites of Edd's dish, avoiding the chicken, but eating the rice with some of the sauce.
We then walked back to our guest house, stopping ...
The Blood Moon.
It will be the last time we will witness this in our life. And here we stand; leaning on the white railing, overlooking the fading docks of Sihanoukville, Cambodia, listening to the band playing next to the pool below us and savoring this moment in time.
Watching the eclipse of the moon in Cambodia was clear. Clouds hovered on either side of the moon, alternating as a dark shadow or ...
... then told us a price much higher than he did before and said we'd have to get a tuk-tuk to the bus...scams. So we said no way and got stuck in Sihanoukville for the night which I was not impressed about. We didn't want to stay in the centre as it was expensive and horrible so we walked out more into the older town area. It was so hot and we walked for ages before we found somewhere which was actually pretty nice. We got some bus tickets for the next day and Dave cashed in ...