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The rest of the day was spent on otres beach. At first we
thought it was going to be a bad idea. Just as we got in the tuk tuk to take us
to the beach it started to rain. And when I say rain I mean a months’ worth of
wales rain fell on us in the space of half an hour. The lovely man driving our
tuk tuk put down plastic sheets. Basically encasing us in a mobile tent while
he drove in the pouring rain.
Once we got ...
... games out of nothing is an inspiration. It felt like there was a slight melancholy over the country, which has turned to tourism in the hope it will improve their situation. It is such a poor country, and it is not surprising at all that, due to their violent recent history, there is perhaps a feeling of cautiousness in the air. Maybe I missed something, but I didn't experience the urgency and chaos that is a part of the neighbouring country's ...
Day 95 - 6th July
We are supposed to be getting the boat back to Sihanoukville at 1pm but the weather is overcast and it keeps raining. We check out and walk down the beach with our big ruck sacks and have breakfast at the same place as the day before as it was so good! I asked for a bacon omelette but I got an omelette with tomatoes in and it looked like a fajita mix! I sent it back and said that I didn't like tomatoes and I wanted bacon so they cooked ...
... guess they started the party early because the one boat guy was really showing it by now. He was stumbling and becoming belligerent. I could tell the other guys were getting annoyed with him. Then he wanted to take my beer even though he had his own. I said no and he wasn't happy about this. I patted him on the back and said it was time to go. Everyone said goodbye and I headed back to the bar. Some of the other guys from the table came down to the bar for some beers. The owner ...
We made our way back to Pub Street and sat down at a local spot for a drink and a pizza. We ordered our drinks with a waitress and then ordered our pizza with a guy that had delivered our drinks. 45 minutes later, Edd enquired about our pizza. The woman looked confused, but we figured her understanding of English must not be that great, so she went and called one of the other girls to assist.
The other lady came over and asked us if ...