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Wedding was really fun.
Loved seeing the women's dresses and the food - including fermented fish, not properly plucked duck, and offal... And everyone diving into the communal dishes with their chopsticks.
The groom was a friend of Terry's.
The weddings have tables of either men or women, they don't usually sit together.
We were the only foreigners there.
... hard as I thought it would be to make friends.
Monique made me up a salad to take away and I had that for dinner with a tin of tuna. I’m feeling quite relaxed about eating fresh vegetables as long as they are from places like Buffalo Alley. Not sure that I trust myself to wash and make my own salad yet! While I ate I tried to figure out the TV channels and which numbers they correspond to. There are so many of them and so ...
... out by extremely low temperatures and strong wind. What I’m more afraid of is slipper ground.
Getting always your emails –some reports , description or letter longer as “normal” I have a habit to go very quick through them , just to have information in global what you write about. So I did this morning ,too. Everything was understood- so far so good, except ...
... of personal space to sleep in for 11 hours... with no divide... whut. Obviously Nikki and I shared 1 bed, which was absolutely fine, but watching strangers have to get uncomfortably close was quite funny. Until, they kicked us off the bus at midnight in Phnom Penh, and made us join a different bus (same sleeper type) which had no allocated beds and was almost full. So yeah, we basically had to find any "seat" we could. Nikki managed to join a young western girl, while ...
We arrived in Cambodia last night, and a welcome sleep. This morning it was time to ride the Bamboo Railway and a 'norrie'. The norrie' are basically a pallet on two train axles and a motor mower engine to drive it. After lunch we went to the crocodile farm and cave of bats, where Dad also viewed the 'killing caves' from the days of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge. After dinner we went to the Battambang children's ...