2nd full day in Angkor Wat

Trip Start Sep 20, 2006
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Trip End Dec 16, 2006


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Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Went to too many temples to even BEGIN to try and remember their names. I will however fill you in on my falling out with Victor. Which was just as memorable.

We all went out last night for some drinks, the 6 of us and went to the little mexican that I told you about. The girls went to an internet cafe and I carried on drinking with Pete and Victor. We discussed me staying with them for a few days - rather than head down to the islands with the girld straight away - as I wanted to see a bit more of Cambodia. They said it was fine for me to tag along.

Lizi and Gill came back and joined us for some drinks in a noisy bar on the main drag, and it had a dance floor. We were busy playing truth or dare I think and everyone was getting pretty wrecked. We had a little dance, some more buckets and on and on.

Victor said something that really pissed me off, so I told him to F off and told the pthers I was going home. They promtly followed me in good girl comradery. A few hours latre, at about 3am there was knocking at the door. When I opened it, Victor came falling in our room being... not particularly nice about/to me. After about 20 mins of his rantings, culminating in him saying he should have smacked me one I threw him out.

This did not bode well for me, as I was meant to be staying in Cambodia with him and Pete for the next few days. And not only that, the very next day I was meant to be going round the rest of the temples with them.

Pete, Victor and I left at about 10am, for the tour of the outer temples. Ignoring Victor rather obviously, he said I'm not sure what I did or didn't do last night but I'm really sorry. I was too pissed off to talk to him and he asked what he could do to make it up to me. I said the only thing you can do is just not say a word all day, coz you;ve said enough as it is.

And, true to his word, the boy did not say one word to me all day (unless promted, which was not often). I felt sorry for him, but I was so angry that he'd been so horrible when we were meant to be friends that I just couldn't talk to him until I'd calmed down.

We went round all the outer tmeples at Angkor Wat, which were much less busy that the central temples. I cannot for the like of me remember ANY of their names, but I got lots of photos and had a nice day. Despite having to put Victor in the naughty corner.

Anyway, after being quiet for a whole day I went for a drink with both Pete and Victor and then went back to my room. We all left togther the following morning by bus, to Phnom Pehn. Victor sat next to me and slowly, I forgave him as we played numerous games of shithead for the 5 hour journey.
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