lauantai 14. heinäkuuta 2018

It's all about timing

You know how it goes. Sometimes you have to slow down and take it easy for a while. Just 'cause time is money. It's also related to our lives in many ways and we all handle it differently. One of you can think about it daily, when the other may not even be aware of it.

It doesn't matter where we are or what we do, time is still all over us. For example if we're taking a nap after a long day at work, we need to make sure that we won't sleep too long 'cause otherwise we'll probably be sleepless at night. When training at the gym etc. you need to remember to keep enough pauses between reps and to have proper resting days. Learn how to rest 'cause it's a essential part of our daily basis. Especially for every athlete who has goals and is practicing determinedly for some certain occasion. So, therefore make your time count to avoid overtraining or exhaustion.

When the time is right, I, the Lord, will make it happen.
- Isaiah 60:22

And even during these rare days when the weather is much hotter than usual, you need to be careful. Make sure that you don't stay in the sun for too long, unless you're using sun lotion with high protection. Wear a hat and drink plenty of water, for your own good.


You can estimate the next step you're about to take or your plans for the future, but try not to overthink them. None of them won't work if you've schedules for everything or you're just being too harsh on yourself. Let the days go by and allow your life to move on by itself. Everything is gonna be alright. I'm sure for it.                 
Never make a decision when you are upset, sad, jealous or in love.
- Mario Teguh

tiistai 26. kesäkuuta 2018

Trip to Cambodia part. 3

Our second island hopping destination was Koh Rong Samloem. After arriving to Saracen Bay by a speed ferry we started to look for a place to stay. It was much more quieter beach than Otres and we actually had to walk a while before we found some desk that looked like a proper reception.


If you're travelling outside of the actual high seasons there's no need to book every accommodation beforehand. There's always some free dorm bed or room at somewhere. At least if you aren't that picky about standard frames or luxury services. 

This longer voyage was a bit safer than the earlier boat ride to Koh Ta Kiev.

     
We managed to book us a double bed from a dorm which was kinda wide open. So, the space itself was again all open and also a little breezy (as it were air-conditioned) 'cause there wasn't any doors etc. When going to sleep we just pulled down the tarp (suom. pressu) to block the rain for coming straight to our drying clothes. And regardless of all the nightly voices and unknown crackles I slept strangely good during our entire trip. Thanks to the refreshing weather of Southeast Asian climate.  


Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute.
- Josh Billings


At Samloem we could finally read some books and properly ease up our pace for few days. Before this we had only fled from horrible hucksters and looked up to some monumental sights of Angkor. Now our main task was to take it easy and enjoy some early morning swims and overall silece.


As usual our stay lasted for 3 days. So, we had already learned by now that 2 nights it's enough at one place. Within those days we had yet again just enough hours to explore the beach and to do what we liked. And what comes to food I think that we ate the most disappointing meal in Sacaren Bay. There might be several reasons for that but I bet that the biggest one is that all the dishes they served at restaurants, were modified to tourists. I mean that they had adjusted the flavors and reduced a lot of the spices.
For us foodlovers it was a real pity 'cause we had some high expectations for them. But in the end we flushed our deeply sorrow with few drinks and hoped for better luck in the future!       

My favorite spot was in that particular hammock.

And remember guys not to get sunburn over your body. It's not nice and your body is your temple.

From the island we took another speed ferry ride to the shore and headed to the bus station from where we continued towards our next destination, the city of Kampot.

God gave me a great body and it's my duty to take care of my physical temple.
- Jean Claude Van Damme