Travel Blogs from Phnom Phen, Cambodia

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Hello Hottie!, Penom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Hello Hottie!

A travel blog entry by eatdessertfirst

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... and to be honest that's the way we like it. The next day we got up early for a look around the capital city of Cambodia, Phnom Pen. We checked out Wat Phnom and the Independence Monument. Jumping on a motorbike, both of us together (scary) we rode to ...

Cambodian Run, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Cambodian Run

A travel blog entry by alasdairm

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... it did not leave in a hurry. With the bus underway it would be a few more hours till we reached Phnom Phen which gave me a glimpse of Cambodia albeit from the window of a bus which surely never gives the most representative look at a place but from ...

Rainman, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Rainman

A travel blog entry by pidgeandpie

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Today we went for a long, long, long walk around Phnom Phen, picking up a few of the city sights and bartering a little at the local markets trying to find a bunch of high quality knocked off watches. Cambodia is full of knocked off stuff, DVD box sets ...

Battambang to Phnom Phen and everything in between, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Battambang to Phnom Phen and everything in between

A travel blog entry by rebn

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... for the fact that she is a prostitute. Mark (Irish) Tim (English) and I decide to ride bicycles to the killing fields outside of Phnom Phen. Everyone tells us we're nuts, and that the rode is too bad. We shrug it off and begin out adventure. It's HOT. ...

Journal aaarrrrrrrhhhhhhh, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Journal aaarrrrrrrhhhhhhh

A travel blog entry by pidgeandpie

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Another day spent catching up on the old journal writing. Sometimes this journal writing felt like too much of a chore, however I made sure it was pretty much kept up-to-date the best I could. Maybe I'll introduce a video diary into the equation, as ...

Capital city, Phom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Capital city

A travel blog entry by themooners

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... to go through life with the Khmer Rouge, you'd pour a proper drink too and after seeing S.21 we needed several! Here's to you Cambodia, we love ya! Tomorrow we set sail for Viet Nam. We're venturing down the Mekong Delta and into the land of Old Uncle ...

Return to Phenom Phen, Phenom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Return to Phenom Phen

A travel blog entry by snakey

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... the amount of wealth housed there and with nothing more than a security guard sitting there to watch it! Things really are different in Cambodia, they will happily steal your bag and camera within the blink of an eye, but when there is a jewell encrusted ...

Phnom Phen, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Phnom Phen

A travel blog entry by thetour

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... wasn't nearly as heavy.  We got our flights to Sri Lanka sorted out, checked out the central market and paid a visit to the royal palace.  It was a nice way to finish our time here in the capitol city of Cambodia.  Next stop is Siem ...

Saigon to Chou Doc to Phnom Penh Tour, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Saigon to Chou Doc to Phnom Penh Tour

A travel blog entry by mrdiko

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... I got a room for $2US a night which is a total shit hole. Lots of cool resturants and shopping places (shops]. Day 3 - Phnom Penh City Tour Today I walked around the city with Poms Caroline and Clare from the Mekong Delta tour. Highlights included ...

Peace not War, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Peace not War

A travel blog entry by lisapeterson0

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... I was happy to see the familiar faces of Anna and Meera friends of mine from London. They are out here for a month to see Cambodia and Vietnam. Due to the fact they are only on a months holiday the word budget has a different meaning so we checked into ...

Phenom Phen, Phenom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Phenom Phen

A travel blog entry by holmesbe

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Phnom Phen, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Phnom Phen

A travel blog entry by jm_littledevil

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We arrived in Phnom Phen after a hot and sweaty boat journey which was remarkably empty which was good. We then had a very bumpy bus journey that was even more hot and sweaty. We smelt really nice by the time we had arrived . Decided not to stay ...

Cambodia, Phom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Cambodia

A travel blog entry by samwell

... and war. We stayed outside the main backpacker commune-type area on the Lake and optioned for a lovely family run guesthouse. Phnom Phen was immediately a shock to the senses with people and cars and even more motorbikes everywhere you looked...literally! ...

Phnom Phen, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Phnom Phen

A travel blog entry by thetour

Stopped in capitol city for a night before heading down south to ...

Killing Fields and darker Cambodian history, Phenom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Killing Fields and darker Cambodian history

A travel blog entry by fiscarlos

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Day 6 - Sunrise visit to Oudong, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Day 6 - Sunrise visit to Oudong

A travel blog entry by tcccc05

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... around 3.30-4.00 am, so that we could depart the hotel by 4:15 am. When we were on our way we noticed that half of Phnom Phen was already up and about, starting their days early with preying, going to school and staring work. We went out to the old ...

Pnom Phen and Siam Rep the same day, Pnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Pnom Phen and Siam Rep the same day

A travel blog entry by ihf

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Day 4 - Toul Sleng Museum and Birthday Dinner, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Day 4 - Toul Sleng Museum and Birthday Dinner

A travel blog entry by tcccc05

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... up bars, green lawns and lawn-bowling pitches Tuol Svay Pray High School sits on a dusty road on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. In 1976, the Khmer Rouge renamed the high school S-21 and turned it into a torture, interrogation and execution centre. ...

Day 7- Rest and visit to the  Australian Embassy, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Day 7- Rest and visit to the Australian Embassy

A travel blog entry by tcccc05

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... there till about 3:30-4, so we walked over to Soriya's which is like a shopping centre and home to the only escalators in Cambodia. Everyone was excited to find 'BB world', a similar fast food outlet to Mc Donald's. We had dinner here and wondered around ...

The 6-hour bus ride continues..., Phenom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

The 6-hour bus ride continues...

A travel blog entry by chlara23

... woke the basterds up at 5.30 to take us! hehe.. we waited on the side step of the travel agents like tramps getting swamped by flies.. yuk! A run down bus came hoping that this junk of a machine isnt the one thats taking us all the way to Phenom ...

Cambodia, Pnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Cambodia

A travel blog entry by wyeandluke

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... good challenge. Though they had fewer pot holes, they were very dusty and bumpy. We did the border crossing from Laos over to Cambodia. Quite the journey, changing constantly from buses to a boat, then a car. We finally reach Phnom Pehn, the capital. Luke ...

slow boat to Cambodia, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

slow boat to Cambodia

A travel blog entry by katemcnair

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Phnom Phen, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Phnom Phen

A travel blog entry by aaron

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The bus from Battambang to Phnom Penh took 5 hours. It seemed much longer though after the local girl sitting beside me threw up. Once again, there were a million and one touts on arrival to Phnom Penh. I managed to push my way through the touts and ...

shout out #12, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

shout out #12

A travel blog entry by hodizzle

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... part of a vehicle. rental scooters may have little or no brakes, but the horn will always be perfectly intact. in a city like phnom phen, the cacophony of the roadways can be overwhelming. the day after the barbecue, i hired jeri to take me to a temple ...

Day 9 - Museum, Small Village, and Central Market, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Day 9 - Museum, Small Village, and Central Market

A travel blog entry by tcccc05

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... breakfast. We piled onto the bus at 11 and set of (with Anya) to the Ministry Of Culture and Fine Arts National Museum of Cambodia. This contained a lot of the original statues sent done from Seim Reap and all over Cambodia to be out on display. A lot of ...

Day 5 - Kien Kaleng and River Trip, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Day 5 - Kien Kaleng and River Trip

A travel blog entry by tcccc05

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Day 5 Wednesday 28th September Hello everyone, This morning we woke up at 6-6.30 am. We got ready and left at around 7 to go to see the Choi Chomurar disabled wheelchair team. Once there we presented the athletes with some helmets and gloves (we are ...

The Capital, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

The Capital

A travel blog entry by tigereye

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... nbsp; For whatever reasons, I decided to go to Phnom Phen instead (mind you, I didn't even think I would go to Phnom Phen when I came to Cambodia).  The problem was that the bus was leaving in an hour.  So, I hurriedly packed, checked out, found ...

Cambodia, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Cambodia

A travel blog entry by alanonwalkabout

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... there are not too many bars in Cambodia that we have not been too. On Susan's visit I ended up riding my bike to Phnom Phen, Cambodia via Pattaya and meeting her at the airport in PP, it was a great ride, lots of dirt tracks and river crossing, ...

Evil and Wats, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Evil and Wats

A travel blog entry by piero

... literally stopped at a muddy river bank, and the Border girl also happened to sell chips and drinks. We immediately realised that Cambodia was wild by the huge spider webs (and huge spiders) that hung lazily between the trees. Whereas the riverbank in ...

Straight Depression in Phnom Phen, Phnom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Straight Depression in Phnom Phen

A travel blog entry by vasquez3

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When the 7th came, Mike and I left Andreanne and Siagon for Phnom Phen, Cambodia. The bus ride over to the border was great since there were only 4 people in the bus, and it only took about 3 hours. Crossing the border was a bit confusing since we had no ...

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