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... near-accidents on his motorbike and to be honest, I realised that what I'd experienced was relatively minor in comparison. Still hurt though.
A short while after, we walked (note: I stumbled) down to the beach to a restaurant where we pestered throughout the course of the meal by small children trying to sell us horrible touristy stuff like things with flashing lights, key rings, sunglasses and flowers. One boy no older than six spoke surprisingly good English and had a ...
... shower, went for some food then had some drinks back at the bungalow before heading out for a few more at the beachside bars... I retired early. The populated area is literally just one beach front, there are no roads or anything therefore it is so easy to bump into people and we were seeing so many familiar faces throughout the day/night people we had met in Siem Reap, Phnom Penh and even Laos! The following day was raining again and being on an island with ...
... raising ride on the back of a moped from somewhere in the Andoung Tuek vicinity, I took a raft across the river and landed in the very picturesque Chi Phat. There were three tourists (including me) the day I arrived.
I organised to go mountain biking in the surrounding Cardamon Mountains. The only problem was I had to wear trousers to keep the leeches out. Typical of me, I didn't have anything appropriate and I had waited for the most remote tiny village to sort this ...
... wifi was only on until like 12 though. The beach was beautiful and the whole no electricity thing really added to the feel of the island. We walked around when we first arrived and noticed how many cute little puppies there were on the island (I don't know how there were so many) then spent a little while in the sea... Which was the only way too cool down... Even though the sea was warm... This was because the hostel had run out of running water aggghhhh, all of us ...
After a 4 hour bumpy mini bus ride down south, we arrived at the seaside resort of Sihanoukville. We were looking forward to spending time here as we had heard good things about it. As we both felt pretty slouchy I booked us into a hotel which had a gym and ran fitness classes. It wasn't really a hotel, it was more of a Homestay. The owner Pierre (French) and his Cambodian wife ran the place and lived on site with their daughter. It had an undercover gym, fitness studio, ...