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... afternoon) I awoke and made my way from my bamboo bed to the bamboo bar, ordering muesli and yoghurt with fresh mango, papaya and dragon fruit. For how I was feeling at the time it was heavenly. Following breakfast (lunch), I settled into one of the many hammocks hung about the place with a book and a fresh fruit shake and continued to do little else for some time.
People came and went during the afternoon and I got used to the gentle murmur of voices and activity in ...
... has a Canadian bank with a fee-less ATM, providing the ATM had dollars in it. The local currency is Riel, you get 6,800 to £1 or 4,000 to $1 and it makes up your small change, everything else is in Dollars. Emma is fed up of her ice skating flip flops and I'm fed up of catching her. Before she breaks her face she's decided to pick up her fourth pair of shoes since January. They have frogs on. With a snuggle chair each we parked ourselves in Veronica's and tried their not ...
... of drugs they consumed. We ate our meals and left. On Wednesday we got our hopes up for some fun in the water, jumping in the river at Bodhi Villas and playing in the Tek Chou rapids. Both turned out to be very different experiences. We intended to spend the next 2 nights at Bodhi villa, but after 10minutes sat in the bar, it became apparent that that wasn't going to happen. "I left the rest of the drugs from last night on your bed." "What, ...
... to another person on the boat. What the hell did we get ourselves into. All of us looked a bit thrown back and discussed that it would be best to ask one of the tour guides to transfer to another boat. The short of it was that it would be too difficult for us to transfer so we had to make the best of the situation. We had met 3 people on the boat who were not part of 'team Irish' and made things better, so it all worked out. Besides that, our second day would be a large congregation ...
... t willing to pay the extra $5 or so per night when One Stop also came with glowing recommendations from others I had met) and then headed out to find food. I ended up going to a BBQ grill at the head of 'Pub Street' and having a really good dinner of noodles and fresh fish.
It was late, I was tired and flying solo. Therefore I decided to head back to the hostel and call it a night, via the local convenience store to stock up on (delicious) Oreos for desert!