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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... Clothes and many more ! It was amazing to me ! We all shopped and then we headed off back to the volunteer house . But on our way back the tuk tuk driver got lost and we went on a 1 hour hunt to find our place . We then napped and went out to dinner with all the other volunteers as well ...
... to Siem Reab was not until 6pm so we asked the guide and driver to show us around Phnom Penh City for a couple of hours to kill some time. We were horrified to be told that "the driver did not have enough time" and were promptly driven half an hour to the airport...some three and half hours before our flight at 6pm. Feeling pretty annoyed by this we had at least hoped to check-in our luggage and perhaps pay to use the business class lounge at the airport however we ...
... in Phnom Penh. The Choeung Ek Menorial is now a group of mass graves,killing areas and a memorial stupa containing thousands of human skulls and long bones. Tuol Sleng Genocide museum (S-21) ,prior to 1975 was a high school - a set of classroom buildings in a walled compound. When the Khmer Rouge came to power,it was converted into the S-21 prison and interrogation facility,administered by Kaing Guek Eav, a.k.a. 'Duch'. Inmates were held in tiny brick cubicles ...
... and attitude. Steve noticed
how much heavier he was getting but none of it was fat. If you walked
him and he decided to stop, it was like the lead was attached to an
anchor that was oddly attracted to poop.
My afternoons at school
were less painful than my mornings. The classes were better behaved
and easier and it doesn't hurt that I only work for an hour and a
I headed home with a
purpose. Every minute after 3pm just means the roads get ...
This morning I got up at 6am to ask the hotel to phone and book me an airport transfer. Classic Cambodian staffing meant that there was no one to be seen so I ventured out and found a tuk tuk to run me to the bus station to book a ticket, back to the hotel to get my bag and them back to the bus station again ($1.50). I was the first and only person on the bus at 7am, followed by a lot of locals. I was happy to see Lou arrive as we weren't sure if we were on the same bus or ...