Cambodian girl dating
” I was on the 5 hour bus ride from Siem Reap to the capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh.
The Cambodia girl next to me was delightfully holding up a deep fried grasshopper which was staring at me through it’s fried eyeball held by its tail. “I have mister potato (crisps/chips in a tube similar to Pringles) and bananas” The usual conversation went on from there, she was 26 from Phnom Penh, working as a bank clerk and just had a weekend holiday in Siem Reap.
The rain glimmered as the street lamps lit it up as it fell to the slowly flooding road.
She had a conversation with a Cambodia man in their Kymer language as we arrived where she had parked her white suzuki moto.
Marriage is an economic arrangement and financial status is important when the parents select a husband for their daughter. Showing affection between a man and a woman is rare, and so is kissing and touching in public, also known as PDA (public displays of affection).
” Now a girl pointing at her skirt asking me to drill can mean all sorts of things, but in the hard rain with a Cambodian man watching I really wasn’t sure what she was asking until she did a twisting movement with her hand, “you drill? I told her we should go eat and I’ll pay and take her to whatever her favourite resturant was, I mean, this girl has given me a lot of time already without barely knowing me so I felt I should pay her back by buying her dinner.
She said we should go see her friend, who runs a street side food stall not far away.
She told me he said he was dissapointed that she returned to it with another man as he fancied her. ” I got a full unrestricted motorbike licence before leaving the UK knowing motorbikes were a primary form of transport in Asia, so of course I had to accept despite not being on one for over 4 months when I passed my test, it raining hard, on the side of the road I wasn’t used to, and borrowing someone elses bike with her on the back overlooking.
After that she pointed at her high heels and skirt and the moto, and said “you drill? A bit of a wobbly start and we was off, I asked where we should go and she said wherever I want, it’s a small city. A bit of confusion later (but much safer riding then her own style).