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... right that we went hard. Ross was the most wasted guy in Cambodia and lost his flip-flops, sense of balance and dignity. I took pity on him and turned thief to steal him a pair of unattended flip-flops from the sand. Apologies to the guy who had to walk home barefoot because I'm a top gypsy girlfriend. We travelled to Phnom Penh the next day in a subdued hungover fuzz. When we arrived in the city in the early evening there was activity and people bustling ...
... zone, of pushing yourself to do something more than you think you are capable of, that makes you realize how alive you are. Its true when it is said, that unless you are a little scared now and then, unless you are pushing yourself outside your comfort zone, you are really not living. I truly experienced that that day. The ride down the mountain was quick. The power of the bike was not a problem, and I brought all my experience of riding bikes in India ...
Only four hours from Phnom Penh, this is definitely the place to chill out. I was going to go to Kampot but changed my route at the last minute.
As you approach, you can see the coast and in front all the multicoloured houses. So beautiful.
The city near the golden lions is where all the restaurants and tour operators are. Plus accomodation ...
Catching an early bus in the morning, we left The capital and headed towards Sihanoukville. Only about 4 hours away, we checked into Monkey Republic and chilled by the pool. We then walked along the beach and got a pretty good BBQ meal for $3 and a 50 cent beer. Not too impressed by Sihanoukville, we decided that tomorrow we'll move on to one of the small, party islands. We caught the 11am speed boat to Koh Rong, an island off the coast of Cambodia. The trip took about 45 minutes and ...
... at one point and asked me to thread if for her: she obviously had issues with her sight, but did not have glasses for whatever reason.
We went back to our bungalow and I continued to read my book: it was really good and I couldn't put it down. Eating and sleeping were becoming inconveniences. Edd read the news on his phone and then later brought me a G&T and went off to play pool.
We had dinner with some of the new friends he'd made, about half of the ...