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** I originally had swear words in here but it wouldn't publish it unless i took them out!! Fricken hell!! This is a hot, sweaty, tired and frustrated travellers *****y rant!!! I was excited to get to my first beach on this trip and I only had to travel 80km to get there! So I began at 830 this morning ... A 10 min motorcycle ride to kampot, a "taxi" that should have taken 1-1.5 ...
... We ended up at a nice little bar, watching the sun set, playing connect four, jackpot and cards late into the night.
We walked back and stopped off for one more on the beach, in Cambodia it seems every night they have something to celebrate, and the kids are making money from it!
The next day we checked out of our box and checked into our bungalow ...
... desert! Hot brownie and coconut ice cream!!! Yummy!! On the walk home we purchased a top for Marilyn as we were going on the boat tomorrow and didn't want her burn to get worse. We also bought some bands which said Cambodia on them from a shop which raises money for disadvantaged children. We took a tuk tuk back to the hotel as they advise you not to walk around at night. It cost $3 ...
... the road to buy ingredients for the cocktail I ordered ("sorry, sorry" he kept saying), and the only food they served was a Japanese curry/stew served with baguette slices and was apparently homemade by the Japanese man that was sitting at the bar wearing a Japanese-style-patterned suit. It was delicious. We said so and he came over and gave us a little bow.
Have I mentioned that I love it here?
... There are absolutely zero tourist around and I once again just felt uncomfortable. Justin on the other hand seemed fine so it might be all in my head. Since meeting Julia in Phnom Penh and hearing her mugging story in Ho Chi Minh City, I'm that much more worried about my purse and it being stolen. Every motorbike that I heard approaching us on the road, I had to look back to make sure they were driving far enough away from us so that I couldn't have my purse grabbed. Then as ...