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So after a very nice night sleep in a normal bed with an ensuite bathroom (oh yeeees luxury after living at the volunteer house) we had a nice little breakfast in our hostel restaurant, where I decided on a fresh lemon juice and a banana and pineapple pancake at 10 am the tuk tuk driver from yesterday, who we had promised to take us around the city today, picked us up and took us to the Killing fields. The Killing fields were previously a mass genocide ...
... seats so Eric passed out on the back row of the bus for a few hours. He's been staying up late editing
our pictures for this blog! When we finally arrived to our home stay, we realized that we were sleeping in the middle of the jungle in a house made of wood on stilts with big cracks all over in the walls. There was no AC, no shower, and no electricity. We knew this night would be
... catch my ferry to the next islands. just in time..... well actually, i grabbed a beer on the pier as i ran for the ferry :)
i spent four or five nights on one island before travelling to the next. the first island I spent nights in open air dorms (three sided so you have full view of the beach/stars) or in a hammock in a tree (because I hadnt prebooked accomodation and they didnt have any beds left). i have itchy feet and can never sit still so between swiming, ...
... so we got a fantastic rate and the room was lovely and the pool was very nice each day to relax around. It was here we decided we needed to stop with so much beer and start to exercise as we both putting on weight. Each morning we would do a few laps and at night time we would head of for the signature seafood BBQ which were amazing and VERY cheap at $4 for Squid, Barracuda, Shrimp and salad. Mostly this was a chilling break so we didn't ...
... existent, and beef isn't often on the menu. It's mainly pork and chicken. Which i again find odd, given the strong Muslim communities and the fact nobody seems to farm pigs.... Anyway, the morning routines showed mothers washing and feeding the children and fathers prepping the boats. Quite lovely really. I feel quite comforted that they seem to adhere to this breast feeding, baby wearing, co-sleeping, attachment type of parenting that I've inadvertently been led into ...