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Good dinner was expensive but delicious room was good shower had no curtains pillows are nice
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... help' from Ben) and the others sliding.
We've had so much fun catching up with old friends. What an incredible place to live. Even the fact that the whole country seems to shut down from 12-2pm (lunch is extremely important) isn't enough to turn you off The French Rivera.
The French certainly reserve ...
... slip quietly away?) The girls are happy to see me and giggle at my Khmer new year greeting.
There is a reluctance to part but I must pack and Narong has another appointment. His days are full through to April now. He doesn't know if he can make it to the airport so we have a tearful farewell. Hands clasped in front of our respective chins we bow and smile through our tears. He does better than I (no surprise there then). He has his moto but as we are ...
... large ones, sinks that fit just so in a the tiniest of corners.
The motor scooters and motor cyclists are fearless, much to my discomfort. Zipping in and out of traffic, onto the bike lanes, zooming in and out of the smallest lanes. Women and men, wearing flip flops and straw hats, baskets of market produce...or a friend hanging on the back.
Special thanks to Patricia for the vote of confidence when we said we were thinking of ...
... from a fruit stand and then had a picnic on a bench by the sea. We then had to walk a great distance through the massive marina to get back to our hotel and beach. It has been nice today just kicking it and relaxing.
Tomorrow we head to a Chateau near Gap called Picomptal http://www.picomtal.fr/
I am looking forward to this, living like the aristocracies of olden days. I might even have a deja vu!
... like in New Zealand. The same in England, even when the beach is kind of in the middle of nowhere, you still have to pay – not really encouraging people to get outside and enjoy the sunshine, although England doesn't exactly have that dilemma. Well after paying the meter, then realising it was free parking on Sundays – bugger – we walked along the beach to middle of town. The first thing I noticed was how lucky we were to be able to sit on the ...