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Tattoo

Today was a very eventful day! I woke up to dramas back home when I realised my boss had decided not to pay me as he didn't think my holidays accrual was correct!! This was the straw that broke the camels back from me so I rang the manager and quit as I just can't keep dealing with the crazy place. I feel nervous but mainly excited and relieved. I am sure the universe will provide for us :)
After this drama I was ready to get my tattoo so I went and spoke to Ollie and we worked out where and how I would get it. I love it and it didn't hurt much at all
- it is a bit tender at the moment but will be great when it's healed. I had to ditch Sophie and Lisa as we had a big Chinese New Year feast prepared for us back at the guesthouse - the food looked and tasted amazing and we were told we had to try a bit of everything for good luck. We have been so incredibly lucky to stay at Davy's house and be made to feel like a part of the family.
I spent the afternoon watching a movie while finishing off resource book and volunteers guide before Tara and Kristie invited me to town to have a look around cause they were bored. It was so quiet in town because of Chinese New Year it was like a completely different city .. we did a bit of shopping and then headed home to meet Billy as he was leaving for Thailand and so might not see us again before we leave.
He and his partner Chai were so wonderful and gracious and said that we were a wonderful group and that he felt like we were friends and it made us feel very special.
We had big plans to go to trivia after dinner but the night got away from us and I for one didn't feel like it even though I usually love trivia... Lisa told us it was really, really hard so am glad I didn't go haha.. Kristie, Ashlee and Lauren went to our favourite massage place and got a deluxe mani and pedi for $16 :) I of course wrecked the manicure within minutes LOL

Posted by sonya13 04:29 Archived in Cambodia

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