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... at Ramdouls just up the road. As we headed out for lunch, sure enough there were more tuk-tuks waiting right outside the hotel. Haha I wonder if they actually make any money or if 1 ride a day is a good day. Do they just sit around and sleep all day? Maybe they have to ask tourists constantly of they a ride because they are so so so many tuk-tuks and therefore the competition is so high? Romdouls certainly did not disappoint us today! Lunch was ...
... leaves their shoes on a rack by the door in the lobby. We don't wear shoes into the building. It keeps the floors very clean. A lady sweeps and mops the lobby, and all the stairs every day, and does the floor in our apartment once a week, so I don't mind going barefoot at all. Back to foods we'd never tried before, SE Asia is known for it's exotic fruits. The beautiful Dragonfruit (beautiful inside & out, but mostly tasteless), the Lychee, the Mangosteen, the ...
The rest of the day we chose to spend relaxing on Long Beach. Not a great deal happened which is exactly what we wanted and in the evening we went to a great Indian restaurant where I had what was my first curry in about a month. At the time, that was a new record for me.
The next day I hired a scooter again (Steve still had his bike) and the four of us set off to find another one of the beaches I'd heard about, called Thom Beach. The route there ...
... I had had done on a beach in Thailand by a man wielding ink dipped bamboo. Now if only I could somehow weave that into the conversation, we might fit in! Luckily our kids are cool. Millie started dancing before any of the other people had worked up the nerve, or consumed enough alcohol. She did her best moves while asking if she was groovy. Ru chilled in the sand digging his hands in as far as the could go. He was approached by a few people who sat and played ...
... we'd been told it was extremely quiet. This was fine by us. We spent the next two days wondering around the small river town of Kampot. It had some great restaurants - notably Ellies, a cracking little cafe serving some truly awesome food run by a young English couple. The full english breakfast was a delight and much needed after all the khmer food we'd been eating.
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