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The Blood Moon
A slight breeze came across the deck breaking some of the heat and humidity from the 12 hours of sunshine in Cambodia. Lights curved up the coast following the shoreline and a few lit up the hills. Just over the shadowed peaks, a sliver of the moon barely shone out in the upper left-hand quadrant. Straining just a little, you could make out the reddish outline of the full moon beneath the shadow of the ...
... Abbie wanted to stay in kampot for a few more days so we decided to split for a couple of days and meet on koh rong. Reni (the girl from Melbourne), a guy called Andy from America and a guy called Adam from Sweden all left the next morning and headed back to Sihanoukville. It was Adams birthday and he wanted to spend the night there before we went to koh rong. Although it was a good night, Reni and I were both really ill so had to call it a night ...
... so we caught a Tuk Tuk to Independence Beach which was lovely and definitely our favourite. It was much quieter as there were less bars which suited us. We ended up there twice both times catching the same Tuk Tuk back to Snooky which was funny as it wasn't powerful enough to go up hills with us in it so we had to get out and walk up the hill. There are a number of non profit restaurants and shops in Snooky. We went to So which was nice ...
... for the damage! He couldn't get into his head the stand was down to stand it back up it was funny but I nearly got taken out by flying mopeds haha! Anyways I went in had some grub and listened to the live music for a while until it was an early night ready for the early morning and long journey tomorrow! Let's hope Scott is feeling better tomorrow, he hasn't eaten anything today so that should have helped a ...
... relics of modernist beach houses built by wealthy Cambodians and destroyed by the Pol Pot's regime. We stayed three nights enjoying our small hotel, getting in some quality pool time and a few good meals. We loved the pork and fresh ginger on homemade peppercorn bread and, for dessert, palm sugar balls wrapped in rice gluten, boiled and topped with fresh shaved coconut and black sesame seeds. Good fortification for the two bus rides totaling 12 hours that await us.