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... sun you could feel yourself burning. Aaron and the rest of the lads went to
play volleyball but very shortly realised it was too hot to play and instead
decided to play a few throwing games in the sea.
After being out in the sun for a little while I took refuge with
aaron under a nice big Cambodian umbrella, with a double sun lounge bed
underneath. Aaron and I read the cricket updates while enjoying a nice cold
drink. As we ...
... used to, and maybe therefore a bit desensitised to the day to day sights that are so different to our life in the UK. Tuk tuk drivers, street food sellers and markets are our version of normal now, but they won't be for long and we were reminded to make the most of the differences whilst we have the chance. Time is moving so quickly now, suddenly 6 months into the trip, and we are doing all we can to soak up this once in a lifetime journey while we can GB ...
... a tasty sauce which i don't know what it was. We finally got on the boat at 4:30pm and it only took 1 hour and wasn't bumpy at all! We were staying at Victory Castle again as the bus was fully booked for that night. We had to get mopeds from the pier to the hotel but they can't get up the really steep hill to our hotel so they had to go the back way but Sophie had to walk halfway up with her rucksack as the guys moped couldn't make the smaller hill! For dinner we ...
Woke up to the sound of the alarm at 0700. I felt like I had no rest last night at all. My back is sore and I really don't feel like getting up out of bed. The party went on till late last night at the rooftop bar and consequently we were unable to sleep because of the drunk retards shouting and making noise in our hall. What I found really funny was that Will (pro-hostels) turned and said to me "We are never staying at a Hostel again!". Haha, I guess he's not up for a good party! I ...
... then explained that he struggled to understand English sometimes, but he'd spoken to us in English that was reasonable, and anyone that didn't understand us usually called someone who could assist. The manager was then brought in, he then accused us of lying. I asked him to clarify what we had to gain from sitting waiting for an hour for a pizza we hadn't ordered. In the end, they reluctantly agreed to 60% of the drinks bill being paid and we left.