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... for a week. This was going to be a test of will. After the pizza we didn't know how long it was going to be until the time bomb of highness exploded. We took a tuk tuk to the carnival where I had a watermelon shake that tasted pretty much like the leftover sugar milk from a bowl of trix, delicious and absolutely not nutritious. The little rocket ship we had boarded was about to take off. This gave us only one thing to do. Ride the bumper cars. Although there was an age disparity ...
... we would be sharing our penthouse dorm with 2 Canadians, 1 Finnish girl, and 1 20 year old from Washington. Before dinner we went down and played some miniature golf (putt putt) that is connected to our hostel. This called for some serious laughs. Might not be the Christmas sledding tradition I had back in Montana, but it was just as fun and entertaining. Once we finished imitating to putt like Happy Gilmore, we still had a little time to kill before ...
27th October 2014 After a brief relax at Indigo in the morning we were on the minibus to Kampot, cramped and warm it must be said. Pretty accustomed to bus journeys now it wasn't too bad though and selfishly it was giving us time to try and get the blog up to date with nothing better to do! Our arrival in Kampot was again met with the token Tuk-Tuk driver melee but aware of how it was to our accommodation - not the 8km like Sihanoukville but a mere three minute walk we made our own ...
... t work in the room but very fast in the lobby. The sun was starting to set as we arrived, but a pretty location by the river.
Had a shower and changed, then we drove down to the river to a restaurant for dinner, we sat on a deck area out on the river, open but with a small thatched roof. Had a great meal and the best cocktails we’ve had so far, and the atmosphere was wonderful. A great ...
... her hangover. We'd also welcomed Alisha (Holland - like everyone else) Stephen (Ireland) and Ryan (Vermont) to the group. Ant (UK) was our guide and rescued the day with a trip to backpacker favourite Arcadia. We walked in to find Fred (Previously Dalat) a guest and more Vang Vieng friends behind the bar. There is a floating cushion launch pad in the river, and every other favourite travellers past time. We'd come for the tubing. We stopped halfway up the course to check the ...