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... your cool with the little ones. Just smile and say 'no, thank you'. And if you really want to help/ support on of the local charities and initiatives - go and see Cambodian circus (where the artists came from underprivileged families, orphanage etc. and are supporting the cause. Don't worry even though it's called a 'circus'- you will not see any poor caged animals), have a gorgeous meal in 'Haven in training' - restaurant which takes children from orphanages etc. to teach them ...
... by the waterfall and eating the lunches given to us by the hostel. The trek back was significantly easier heading downhill we had uninterrupted views of Kampot and rivers ahead. After our climb that morning we arrived back to the hostel and made the great decision of chilling out by the pool before heading for food in town later. This night was comparatively calm compared to the previous an an earlier night was had by many of us. The following day a lot of the guys we ...
... I think."
"What?!", I said after a pause, "a couple of days?!"
"Yeah. I just kinda fell asleep and then woke up a couple days later in someone's room."
"Who's room was it? Did they tell you that you'd been out for a couple of days?"
"There was no-one there when I woke up. I just got up and left and came back here."
To be honest, I didn't really know what to say. "Well, thanks for your help with the bandage, man" I said after a few moments, "Hope your ...
... raider. We got to the end of the day and hoped for a decent sunset from one of the temples on top of a hill. Instead of a nice sunset, the heavens opened up and dumped a torrential downpour on us instead. We had to run 15 minutes back down the hill, weaving our way past large groups of Asian tourists casually strolling down, to find our tuk tuk amongst the hundreds of other people. We found him eventually and headed back into town, drenched. We stayed one more day in Siem Reap ...
... came in a freshly cut coconut that still had the edges of the cocunut untouched. This meant that the hot Amok (Cambodian traditional soup/curry) slowly melted the coconut meat from off the inside of the coconut itself... yes it was as good as it sounds, probably better than you could imagine. We laughed and talked and enjoyed incredible Cambodian food in the little seaside city of Sihanoukville. We learned more about Lucky's little boys, Michael ...