Phupai Art Resort
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We start off our last day in Cambodia with a relaxing breakfast by the pool, including "western" entrées and yummy local juices and fruits. Then we take another tuk tuk to visit the Victoria Hotel and spa for drinks and of course, checking out the gift shop and the Sesame Crocodiles.
Our new found friend, Mr P, returned with his tuk tuk …
... their photos taken with tourists.
When we finally reached our destination, it was in fact a normal little sleepy town centre so we found a guesthouse easily. Arriving and leaving in 18 hours, this really was a whistle stop tour. We took simple accommodation, which came with noisy child next door, cockerels at dawn and a very basic room. One of us had a great nights sleep, and one was less than happy.
... and could have been thought to be in mustard coloured unitards. But man o man was it so much fun. A required wash and a cold drink later we hit the road at a quicker pace to try to air dry and cool off from the boiling heat of the sun and the climb. Linton's smile slowly returned when his flush face returned to a normal colour and the wind cooled him down. Another adventure a la Kaila that I'm sure he loved me for. (In all fairness he has since said ...
... up to pai viewing point and took pictures. Really good view. So steep on the way up so I had to coast on the brakes the whole way down. Next we scootered to the waterfall and climbed the rocks to the top. Hoping to see another on my travels that I can swim in. Got burgers when we all got back. I was famished to I downed a wild boar burger with gherkins and fries no problem. It was a good day. Dogs are everywhere. And for anyone that knows me well it's a ...
... is that in 2 to 3 weeks I will be in Brazil! My life is so strange at the moment...in a good way!
Martin and I skyped recently. Seeing his face and actually talking for the first time in 9 months was exciting but I'm still very unsure about whether it's a good idea. It seems that Bastille are getting bigger and bigger globally and Martin is not likely to stop touring with them anytime soon so ...