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... before in my life, one massive bold hit very very close to our hostel and made me scream. They then turned the electricity off in case something exploded! It was mad! After the storm had moved on we went and chilled out at Sam's place drinking more $1 G and Ts and 50 cents beers and were joined by a nice English couple Lucy and Charlotte from Birmingham who were just starting an 8 month trip. It was sadly time to say a final goodbye to Kate and Millie who only had ...
... to finally be leaving the bus station that we agreed and packed our bags into the boot of his car. It was only once we were on the road that we realised this was, in fact, the first car we had been in since arriving in Cambodia as we have always travelled around in tuk tuks so this felt like a real luxury! The driver then explained how they try to have a system and an order to the drivers so everyone gets a fair turn and it's not just a free for all, but to be honest a free ...
... a bit of unrest today. No bars are open today due to the election (to prevent drunken riots I believe) and no transport running tomorrow - it's a very big deal here! We went out for a few drinks on the last night (Cath with all the guys!). At the end of the night a random guy fell off the balcony of a bar 3 storeys high - and walked away! A corrugated iron roof on the 1st floor broke his fall. Could have ended very differently! I stayed in a 6 bed dorm, it's a great ...
... game which will be a nice change and we have booked the island trip for tomorrow so fingers crossed it all goes well. The place we are staying at has been great and the food is lovely and cheap so not a bad place to be stuck. The staff here are awesome as well and so helpful. That might be because we keep tipping them though!!
Hopefully I will be able to update you with more interesting stories over the next couple of days if the weather improves so check back soon.
... a good impression... As it happened it was brilliant and we walked along a non existent track to an amazing waterfall. It was the biggest water fall with the biggest volume of water in south east Asia. As we climbed to an area where we could swim without it being dangerous we had a drink and chilled in the water. We then had some barbecue fish that had been cooked by our driver before travelling bin our boat for sunset. It was such a fun trip and a brilliant ending to our ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed