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... for 50 dollars per scarf! We were given dinner by the family and a coconut for drinking, and more fruit.
We also visited some temples after lunch en route, and cycled across another ferry, this time a much smaller very basic wooden boat with only a few locals on board.
All in all it was a fantastic day out, very hot and we cycled approx 20-25km. We had a great time meeting the local people.
... which is lit up at night and surrounded by grassy areas where the locals sat, chatted and played games. Back at the hotel Lucy and I headed to our room. We got out the lift and turned left, went to unlock our room and found it was already unlocked, our beds had been made up and ALL of our stuff was gone. 2 seconds later we realised we were in the wrong room and had gone to the second floor instead of the first! Oh ...
... in the fresh smell of dead fish, a kind old man came and sat under the tree with me. We sat and spoke about life, our cultures, our families, travels together while Lauren enjoyed the sun, for a good 30/40minutes. As soon as we when to say bye and stand up, he fully guilt tripped me, asking us to use his service to support his family. This was the point we both realised he was a evil tuk tuk driver. We were only going to see the ...
... Western would run out of customers. With the
landscape shifting, their education was getting more and more
important as Cambodia fell further and further behind the rest of
This would only last so
long before the customers started waking up and investing something
more than a few dollars into their children's education, they had to
invest some thought.
The evening saw Saiem and
myself out for a some food. We weren't sure where to go so ...
... just made them go
to their work-books.
I was ready to give up on
them and told them they belonged in cages, not a school. Harsh, but
I met Steve for lunch at
our new usual cafe. Nai came down with Bebe and it seemed they were
firmly back together. Over the last few months they had split and got
back together more times than a bargirls legs. Hopefully they'd get
it right this time.
We chatted about the
various things going on over a ...