I got my Galaxy SIII back after it was stolen in Phnom Penh on Friday. There was some mild blackmail involved. I am writing about it, as one might expect. The names and identities of all involved will be blurred out since they did come around and gave it back.
If you’d like the whole story, do call or text. Rather chuffed that it actually worked out.
I believe I will take advantage of the AirAsia flash sale and head to Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia for a bit. Still trying to figure out Yangon—it’s so darn crowded and expensive right now. But may have a nice alternate solution. Visa is good until Christmas, so plenty of time to get things sorted.
I had way too much fun doing this very, very silly story on the (very real) dangers of Lake Tsunamis in Switzerland. Really, you could die in Switzerland from a tsunami in a pretty alpine lake. I have no idea why this amuses me so much.
I also did this piece on Historical Memes – IE, what would have been a meme if we’d had the Internets during great hilarious moments in history? Naturally, Dukakis featured large.
I may get this one on a t-shirt:
2 thoughts on “I Got My Phone Back From Thieves in Phnom Penh. There Was Perhaps Some Blackmail.”
One word: Bagan.
Cheat. You stole the story.