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... filling it to the brim with more clothes and souvenirs! When in Vietnam! So we are now carrying around two backpacks, a holdall and 2 day packs along with a straw hat that won't fit in any of them.. And we've still got 2 weeks to go...oops! Although we had read many bad reviews we decided to go on a day trip to the Mekong Delta. A 3hr mini bus ride took us too the worlds worst floating market consisting ...
... and hotels lining up over a distance of around 300m directly onto the pale white sand. So when we headed to the beach to watch the sunset colours in the sky (wrong side of the island to watch the actual sunset) we really didn't have far to go. And the sky was beautiful. It was a moment! I decided there and then to watch the sunrise.
The night progressed with food, more alcohol, beer pong, a 90's party (hello, amazing!) before trying to get to another party ...
... the night before, and then we all headed back to our bungalow for drinks. We collected our washing that he'd dropped off that morning and felt like accomplished adults. Edd had made friends with girls from Lithuania earlier in the day and they joined us for drinks. We slinked off again after 10pm and went to bed. There were people at the bungalows significantly older than us that looked like teenagers in comparison to our bedtime routine, but we were tired, and I had a book to read.
... to chill, have some fun and recharge the batteries!
Now unfortunately due to the relaxed atmosphere of Sihanoukville I also didn't even take any pictures of the place but if I am honest there wasn't much to photograph. The photos coming up for Koh Rong will more than cover this though, I promise!!
Beard Report - Still going strong but only just.....i think a trim is due.
As ever, stay tuned for more tales and stories of my travels.
Next we went to Wat Leu, or Upper Wat which was only a short distance away. This Wat had a monastery and lots of monkeys so we were cautious about hanging onto our belongings. There was a great view of the village but the site was not anywhere as impressive as the previous pagoda. There were many stairs up to the Buddha so Al chose not to see the Buddha as his knees were not feeling up to the climb.
As we left the temple we could not help ...