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Back to Sihanoukville

I went back again to try and find my watch, but it was still gone. I made a report to the police, but I won't ever hear anything, I'm sure. Grandma's watch is gone. Sad.

All the boats were full until 1:30, so I got on that one. My mission in Sihanoukville was to find a pawn shop and buy someone else's stolen watch to make myself feel better and even out the imbalance in the universe. At least then, I wouldn't be alone as a victim of thievery. I found one, but they only bought things from people. They didn't sell anything, weird. OK, so the watch thing will probably wait until Canada.

It's unbelievable to me that I worse it this long without submerging it in water or breaking it some other way. I guess I'm just glad I had it for the year and a half after grandma died. It was a nice keepsake while it lasted. I checked into a really terrible guest house on top of a bar with old dirty men (one that molested my hip) while I was checking in and slept a lot.

Posted by baixing 17:00 Archived in Cambodia

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