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... for her. Then, we find her booth and are welcome by her daughter who tells us that her mom now has a store outside the market and take us there! Seak Lim remembers JP, then we take some pictures and buy some jewelry obviously.
We spend the after-noon around the Arts quarter and meet a French artist - Valerie who's been living in PNP for the past 6 years. She tells many stories and ...
... pretty decent and the night was fairly tame. The next morning was still just as rough but whilst having breakfast this lady bought out 3 puppies and we got to feed them and they were so adorable we considered smuggling them home with us, until they pooped and pee’d everywhere, quickly left her to it!
There isn't really a great deal to do in Sihanouk so we hit up the beach which is fairly nice, only downfall is with standing the constant badgering of vendors and ...
... as they are were, were unlikely to have any records to
work from so it was a question of some time as to when they might
find the driver. If the driver had money it was unlikely they'd be
required to anything more than pay the hospital bills. The police
would view this as an excellent source of a bribe so they'd be found
By the afternoon the flu
drugs kicked in and I was feeling very tired. Just before that
happened a friend texted and asked ...
... had made it essentially
function. It needed some attention to the carb and I didn't have time
to give it any. We knew a reliable mechanic who seemed to know what
he was doing and she took the bike down there to give it a service
and cleanup. It came to a grand total of $1. Bargain.
She brought the bike down
to meet us when our morning shift wound up at around 10.30. We met
up, grabbed some water and headed off to meet our new signup. We
arrived a little early at ...
... with ketchup.
Obviously he wanted to
know all about what happened so we chatted at length over some fried
mushrooms and rice.
After that we went to look
at some bikes. The place is near the inappropriately titled Olympic
roundabout next to the new Olympic building. Why it's called this or
what it's for is anyone's guess because the chances of Cambodia
hosting the next olympic games are excellent as soon as flying pigs
wearing batman costumes fly out ...