Divers Inc Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 163;1.50 a night for my accommodation and I paid £3 for hr massage! Beer is av. 30p and cocktails £1 whereas food is av. £1-2. I took a 4 hr air conditioned wifi enabled snazzy bus to Kampot before exploring Kampot in the 4hrs I had to kill before hopping on my death trap, crammed, sweaty rickety old mini bus to shinoukville. Kampot was a breath of fresh air (quite literally) after Phnom Penh with Its quiet, laid back atmosphere. I spent most of my time relaxing in the ...
... for our visit and the further support we gave through tips from the childrens performance and our hike up to the local waterfall.
After a great (albeit hot, sweaty and sticky) overall experience in Cambodia, it was on to Vietnam. Favourites of mine - the tour of Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm and Bayon; the new food experiences; the homestay; the genocide museum and killing fields; and biking to the small village - which was a nice glimpse into rural life in Cambodia. ...
Tomorrow marks my one month of unemployment and homelessness, as well as life out of London. I'll give you a whirlwind snapshot of the funny moments. Dutch courage. Liquid courage. When in Paris syndrome. Whatever you want to call it. This is how it went down in Paris. Coaster. Half bad butchered French. Half bad English. Equalled me leaving my name & number for the hot French waiter! Two hours later...and more tipsy than before I have missed ...
... but seeing this all life took me to extreme.
You know its like lets say seeing pictures of the top view of Mont blanc makes you think '' oh its pretty there, but the actual person standing on top of it taking that picture for the world to see is probably weeping all the way through the shutter speed of each and every take of that photo, knowing those will never describe or show the view that's right in front of his eyes. And I felt just like that ...
... be succinct as well.
I just choose not to.
Lauren and I actually spent the afternoon in a restaurant charging our perilously low batteries. Literally and metaphorically. We did have to endure watching the local construction workers lay some bricks (literally). We both flinched from time to time as we spotted various instances of shoddy craftsmanship. I think their spirit level committed suicide.
Dinner then ...