Rumnea and I share a tasty Chinese snack at Feeling Home
I had a rare day today with poor internet connectivity at home, hence my lack of posts. Normally my internet provider, Online is pretty good. Today they had an off day. Probably connected to this morning's extremely embarrassing football result where the country that brought the game to the world and taught the world how to play, couldn't even beat the country that refuses to call the game by its correct name. I was up until 3.30am this morning watching the match in the Gym Bar and it pained me greatly to watch the Americans present believing that had just won their own personal World Cup by holding England to a draw. Thank god the smug buggers didn't beat us. It was back to watching the bread and butter of the Cambodian League this afternoon, as is my normal football diet on Saturday and Sunday afternoons during the local league season. And as usual, it was far too hot to be watching football, let alone playing it. After footy I had my first Chinese meal at the Feeling Home restaurant near my house at the suggestion of its owner Luu Meng, who I met in the week. There's a small restaurant in the basement of the building which also houses nine hotel bedrooms. It was cheap and tasty so they'll definitely get my custom again. Rumnea, who can only spare a few hours at weekends due to her job and her university studies in the week, joined me.
Labels: Feeling Home, Rumnea