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walked to RTTC to meet Kimleang after she finished TAB for the day
Rosemary invited us for a drink
Sina came and drove me in his new car to the restaurant opposite the star hotel (where TAB are staying)
Mr pang joined us too
and a friend of Kimleang's
we went to a Chinese noodle restaurant ...
... the tap at the wall off, which just slowed it down a bit, and told me not to worry. The water keeps fluctuating in intensity and I think I might be in for another night of Chinese water torture. Still no water for the shower or toilet.
Fingers crossed for Wi-Fi and water tomorrow (I’ll even be grateful for cold water).
Nadia and Damian have had babies. They are very cute and about the size of a ten-cent piece.
... at the border to a really short line to exit Cambodia... better than last time... then we walked passed all the casino's and got to the entry to Thailand, we could see shadows on the glass door... this was not good. The line was up to the door. They had 2 people on! Well, we rationalised that we were there a little earlier than we were last time. When they finally put 4 people on the entry to Thailand we started to move more quickly and we were through an hour earlier than ...
... lovely French buildings. However, there is rubbish everywhere again. I don't understand why people (locals) have to put all of their rubbish out on the street, not in bins although there are heaps of curb side bins provided. We spent a day looking at a few temples at the outskirts of the city, and also went to a muslin fishing village. Again the thing that sticks in my mind is the plastic rubbish thrown down the steep river banks ...
... but with a free morning we decided to explore, until a Aleks (Brooklyn) arrived to check in and asked if anyone fancied sharing a Tuk Tuk that afternoon. As we already had ours booked and it was just the two of us, we offered that he could share, and the deal was done. We got chatting and it turned out Aleks had some European heritage in his Ukrainian parents who had moved their family to the US when he was very young. He still spoke some Russian with an accent, and we compared notes of ...