From Cambodia to Japan

A Cambodian Student Looks at Life in Two Different Worlds

Goodbye My Mobile

It's been really hot for the past few days. So hot and dry. I don't like such weather. In Cambodia it's just equally hot, of course. But I didn't feel the unpleasantness of the atmosphere as much as I do over here. Maybe that's because the humidity level in Cambodia is higher than in Japan.

Adding up to the problem, my Aircon has recently stopped working and I'm expected to have it fixed next week after my exam. Nevertheless, I still find the heat bearable. My TV, my CD/DVD player, my Computer, my Lamp, my printer, my fridge, my fan and everything in my room, too, seems to be able to tolerate the weather, except my Mobile Phone.

It went dead this morning. DEAD. The power wouldn't switch back no matter how long I recharged the battery. Now I just hope it's the battery that is broken, not the mobile itself as I have some pictures and files in it.

It's been with me for two years. I brought it back and force to Cambodia and I thought I'd just want to keep it for a little longer. I didn't want to change it because I had no good reason to do so.

Now I guess I could find the excuse...