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... the night. Unfortunately the weather in Sihanoukville was not very good, thunder storms at night and cloud/rain in the day. We went to sort out our Vietnamese visas and didn't really get up to much else apart from lunch and dinner, therefore we decided to cut our trip short and cancelled our last night to head to Vietnam a day early. Now we are on the sleeper train to Vietnam and should arrive to Ho Chi Min City at around 9am on Saturday 7th ...
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 ...
... sad leaving this beautiful island. I may have shed a tear! We got back to Sihanoukville in the late morning and intended to get a bus straight to Thailand. When we checked with an agency they said there were no more buses for that day. Dave went to another place and the guy said we could go but there was only one seat so one of us would have a plastic chair. He told him the price and said the bus could pick us up. Dave came to tell me so we went back to the shop to book it. ...
... Had a great meal that night of BBQ squid with a tidy wee salad and our moods were brightening knowing we would be moving on soon. Quiet night and early bed considering the previous 2 nights.
Third trip to the consulate where we get our VISAs. Great knowing that 25 hours and $70 will get the 2 of us a small stamp in the back of our passports!!!! Magic. Spring in our step, we go back to the hostel and book the first bus out the next morning. Great ...
... be bad enough to have to share a sleeper with someone you know, but it is kind of awkward having to share it with a stranger. It's basically half the size of a twin bed that you're sharing. Fortunately for me, my sleeper was shared with his very cool and funny Chinese girl who had a sense of humor about the whole thing. They packed at least 30 of us into what was the size of a mini bus. Oh, and there was no bathroom! Now let me tell you about the actual ...