Le Tigre de Papier Residence
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... they constantly played. We didn't mind, but it riled up a Russian tourist a treat. She came over and told the kid to stop in quite an aggressive way. Ten minutes later and he started playing again. Russian tourist came over again and threatened the kid to be quiet. This made us laugh. I was tempted to pay the kid a dollar just to keep playing to annoy the women. We have seen some terrible tourists about. So dis respectful that they are in another country. Anyhow lunch ...
... that, unsurprisingly. Sokmean, one of the students at Grace House and another Thida's resident, offered to give me a ride home on her moto if I didn't mind waiting at Thida's house while she and Nadine finished up at the party. Not having to find and pay for a tuk tuk sounded a-OK to me, so I happily waited. I probably got home around 10, and the moto ride was really refreshing after feeling so icky all day. Thanks, Sokmean!! ...
... water and the Australians had brought Pringles along. By the time we got to the last temple we were all really starting to power down, so we agreed to meet back up at 2:30 so we could go hang out with the monkeys for a bit and then head home. Katie bought some bananas when we got to monkey territory (a dollar for one huge bunch) and we all tried to feed the monkeys. Mostly they seemed more interested in fighting each other, or at least the ...
... and driven 1/2 hr into the countryside. We are volunteering serving breakfast for a charity called Caring for Cambodia that sponsors schools for Cambodian children. We are the first to arrive! And we wait maybe 45 min before the children slowly arrive. We serve the primary kids and some are so small and all are adorable. It feels strange though but it is nice to take a small part in a charity that we support. The tuk tuk ride is insane! I am glad I ...
... gym owner he has also studied as a monk, spent 18 days in hardcore silent meditation in northern Thailand and became a yoga teacher late in life. Because of his long and significant metamorphosis he was very interesting to chat with and provided great insights.
So, tomorrow morning I push off for points unknown. I am sure my top two readers, Maxine and Karen, will wait with baited breath for my resurgence.