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... be able to laugh at yourself and the absurd. And when u add in low energy, lack of patience, tiredness then a bad day just happens. When you don't speak the language you really have to trust a Bit by the light of the next day the edges have been blurred. I have 30 hours to enjoy ...
Due to the lack of nutrition the day before, our first day in Sihanoukville we were up bright and early and out for breakfast. Pancakes, maple syrup and a beer for Dan and for Kate a small full English breakfast and of course... a beer!
We wondered around after this and got our bearings finding out the best place to apply for our Vietnamese Visas, job done.
... back so decided to stay in for the evening. We went to So... for dinner had two courses each for $10 which was so cheap. As we arrived the thunder and lighting had started. The heavens opened and it absolutely chucked it down. The cocktails were great so we were happy to stay while the rain calmed down. Both mum and Noel had raw fish starters it was all lovely but the main event ...
... to see Matthew's "angry bird", and asking how big it is, before cackling loudly and slapping her knee.
Apart from all the beaching and eating and drinking, we mostly just got our Relax onnn, and I worked quietly on my life-planning endeavours.
One evening we watched a film in a seedy little ensuite 'VIP' room. Another, we went to a bar that was Japanese/Hawaiian/Ibiza-themed. Standard. The barman had to ...
... rest of the day running
errands and bracing ourselves for the 13-hour bus journey across the border
back to Bangkok, where we would spend one night before catching an overnight
train to Chiang Mai (on a sleeper train) and another 4-hr bus to Pai, one of my
favorite villages in the world, in northern Thailand, where we would spend our
last 4 nights before heading to Burma to begin our 3 months of volunteering at
the monastic school and conducting research for my ...