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... don't mind if you don't. He said that the Eggs Benedict was one of his favorite breakfasts, but he didn't order it because it was so expensive ($4 compared with the $1 breakfast he was having). In some strange contorted way, I really respect that. He is prioritizing traveling over the food he likes. Its a choice I would make any day of the year. Then other girl was on the computer, and the guy started talking to her, but I really didn't join in. It had already ...
... different bus. We then drove 4 hours back to Phnom Pen..not really any pee stops here, so when you see one dash you all file out pretty quickly. We arrived in Phnom Pen at 11:30pm, to be told our bus will only be leaving at 1:30am..hmm what to do for 2 hours..an American chap came to chat to us for a bit. A bus pulled in at 12:30 and it was ours..yay. Our driver looked stoned or really really tired, I did not take this as a good sign. Anyway turns out he got to sleep ...
... light bathed the water in tropical rays. I ran and jumped into the water. It was very warm. Ridiculously warm. I've had colder showers. We stayed in for about an hour, drifting down the coastline. We eventually got out and went back to shower. Afterwards, we ate at a pizza place called the Mango Cafe. Very good food. I was impressed to say the least. We watched the film Foxcatcher at a small cinema ...
After a quick strong coffee made by Oksanna herself it was time to say my goodbyes again. As I shook her hand to say goodbye we then had a gentle hug.. She is one classy Russian. A late tuk tuk again took me and a Canadian guy from outside the travel agent to the bus station. The bus was packed with even little plastic chairs in the isle.. As we're got about halfway to the Thai border the bloody bus broke ...
... eyes, as opposed to looking through a camera lens, fancy that!?!?! The Chinese,
or Koreans particularly favour glamourous selfie posing, to a degree that the
west has not discovered (thank god) and as a result. We are not sure if they
look at the temples and go “wow, I wonder what this was like 100’s of years
ago” or “incredible, look at those carvings over there” however the thought
patterns is probably more like “cool background for my ...