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... he then broke down again just outside of Kampot and the bike lost all ability to go forward. We had gone a total of about 20 minutes. We stopped off at a roadside cafe and asked them to call the bike place for us. By the time they had arrived we didn't have enough time to get up to the hill station and back before dark. We headed back and went for a look round the local market.
The market was very local. In one corner is was huge amounts of fabric, in another clothes ...
... pineapple to palm oil ratio for the fuel. Battery Boy removed the cap from the fuel tank and placed his index finger inside to see how much fuel was left. The fruity, sticky fumes of the fuel danced around his nostrils. "Video Girl go and find me some sugar cane and mint and I will whip up a couple of tropical mojitos before we attempt our island crossing. Under the shade of some palm trees Video Girl and Battery Boy raised their half coconut shells filled with ...
... chips you can imagine and they are actually
called chips on the menu. Not French fries!!
Obviously the New York guy had never had a chip butty before. He loved it! As
if Americans don't put chips in bread! He kept calling it a ‘chip barty’ which
made it even better. He was a great guy and we had a good night.
*in retrospect, I hate the wind and
rain of an English winter! Id rather go in the warm swamp any day to farm
... Hayley wanted to go under the waterfall itself but was scared to go first so being the intrepid Explorer that I have now apparently become I swam underneath it. I wish i was the kind of person who could afford a waterproof camera or know how to use it well enough to share with you what I saw. When you stand at the bottom of the waterfall a perfect circular rainbow appears around you in mid air like a floating mystical hula hoop. I couldn't get Hayley over fast enough to share it ...
... the whole village knew what had happened to these tourists. And as we walked around, we were given updates by everyone, who seemed to have spoken to our 2 cowboys along the way. First it was, 'they're almost there', then 'they're there, trying to find the bags' and finally,'they've got them and are on the way back'. So we waited and eventually they pitched up with both of our bags which had not been opened at all. We couldn't believe it. The moto driver told us what had ...