Kangaroo Kitchen Guesthouse, Restaurant & Bar
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... in this heat!
I miss things from home like crazy.. Most notably, the people! My family, my friends.. I would give anything to squeeze them again!
But then come also the little things.. A hot; or even warm shower, a comfy bed, a bubble bath, a proper working transit system, buying shampoo or conditioner that doesn't have half the bottle already squeezed out.. It's the little things, I'm tellin' ya.
Though there's so ...
Returned to Sihanoukville today. Am staying in a lovely hostel with HOT SHOWERS!!! And a swimming pool, very clean, and only $5 a night. Wandered around the shops this afternoon, played some pool, and went for a really nice meal with the friends I've been with for the last 10 days. We all part ways today to travel onwards on different routes so was nice to have one last dinner all ...
... which plays blasting music until 1am so we can party in our sleep and enjoy the live bands at the weekend. We can see into next door also if interested and the roof is barely a roof but the lizards have made it their home. We have a sheet on the bed but no blanket, a toilet but no sink, 1 min limit for a "shower" if you can call it that as this is run with local drinking water. Standard bucket of water for a flush and no electric points. I'm fine with all the above in good company ...
... having a rave and occasionally will join you back in your shack as overnight pets we adopted a kitten and a puppy in our short stay. Tanning was completed each day in a mix of lying down, beach sports and sea activities and happily has achieved a golden base tan of a race somewhere between kardashians and towie. Casanova gin cocktails were had with the gang and then some shotgun beer drinking and dancing where I was propositioned by a hippy called dale for ...
... than I would have liked it to be. The whole bus ride was through rain and there was no signs of it clearing up. When we arrived and got off the bus with our packs, we had 8 gentlemen asking us to get in their tuk-tuk. I think one of them was trying to cover me with his umbrella which was a nice gesture, but I had to asked the men to back away from us and let us get settled. It's interesting that Asians have little concept of personal space, and ...