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... with accepting the level of poverty with simultaneous relief of its people to be on their way towards freedom again. But it is inspiring to see so many making use if their immediate environment in an entrepreneurial way we could not comprehend without taking one too many Valium...I think watching a guy this morning happily wave hello while showering in a city fountain after likely sleeping in his hammock between ...
... was liberated by the Vietnamese. Whilst in Phnom Penh I visited Choeung Ek Killing Field (this is the main tourist spot in the area and about a 25 min tuk-tuk ride from Phnom Penh). This quiet, peaceful surround is a thousand miles away from what you would expect from a place which has witnessed so much brutality and bloodshed. Today the former orchard is nothing but a leafy enclosure marked out by audio waypoints which are used to recount ...
... end was dropped into audio never-going-to-hear-it-land. I was able at times to get the gist of what she was saying, but after a while most of the audio was just gone. I could see her lips moving but couldn't hear a thing. So we finally said our good-byes. Despite the audio trouble, I was very glad to talk to her. Almost immediately after hanging up, Ruby texted me back so then we chatted on FT with no audio difficulty. We had a nice long chat but it ...
... that we could not check in until 4.30pm...an hour and a half before our flight. The time was just 2.45pm by this point..great...more waiting around at the airport. With no seats available in the terminal we proceeded to a small food hall which happened to be air conditioned where we sat with lemon ice tea and killed some time before the flight. I did have the idea of asking a tuk-tuk driver if he could take us around for an hour or so but the only activity he said there ...
It was dark and I was
thinking about a place to stop when I hit a warm front. Suddenly
everything was hot and humid and then I noticed my glasses were
steaming up. My mirrors went white and I just had time to think to
myself, 'this is all rather odd, I wonder what will happen next' when
it happened with enough violence to get an 18 rating, even just from
the language that came out of me.
Suddenly it went cold and
I rode into the rain. It ...