Del Gusto

43, Street 95, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

Day 1 - traffic chaos, monks and chicken foetus!

A travel blog entry by emma-may-white


Day 1: Our journey started with a hectic, adrenalin filled cycle out of Phnom Penh, the traffic was absolute chaos and as the roads are single track dirt roads with deep pot holes - it made for a tiring and scary first 10km! The rest of the cycle, although hot at 37degrees, was beautiful and we were cheered along by shouts of hello from everyone we passed! We had several beautiful views of the Mekong and passed by so many wonderful villages. We found ...

Phnom Penh.. Again

A travel blog entry by devinblackie


... to a lovely older American man during our meal and we ended up getting free wine (wine is a luxury out here) and he has said to get in contact if I want to get hooked up with free tickets and backstage passes to an festival in Australia if I'm there in September... Score! After our lovely meal and drinks we had another night out with even more friends that had arrived from Siem Reap- the people that helped us out at the ...

Welcome to Cambodia

A travel blog entry by tods


... who together with his wife Kathy run NHCC (New Hope for Cambodian Children) the children's home for Cambodian children with HIV. With around 300 children and 50 or more staff it is a pretty massive organization. Tea helped out as a nurse at the medical clinic while Daniel helped as a teacher/handyman/whatever needed doing. First things first the kids at NHCC were...regular old kids. They were fantastic, funny, stupid, annoying and kind. In other words ...

Cambodia - Horrors, Forgiveness, Hope

A travel blog entry by soshedid


... p ortraits.html?_r=0 I promise I'm done with the sad stories now. I've given a one sided impression of Phnom Penh so far - it really is a lovely city with quite a few sights to see. There are some lovely buildings, the palace, some wats, statues and the whole place has a nice vibe to it. Dad and I wished we had another day there to explore. Phnom Penh also provided me with the opportunity to try tarantulas for supper!! The five of us on tour went together to ...

The killing fields, an ear hospital and rain

A travel blog entry by bridgetluke

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... was actually no patients there at all so we were straight in. The doctor used a number of gadgets to look in her ear and up her nose, which I found quite comical at the time. The doctor didn't really know what was wrong, so for 5 dollars he sent us off with a prescription for some antibiotics. The next day there was a massive thunder storm which rendered us in the hotel for almost the whole day. We did mange to sneak out for lunch and dinner of course. The next ...


This hotel, located on 43, Street 95, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Bamboo Island, The Dive Shop Cambodia, and NagaWorld Casino.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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