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TravelPod Member ReviewsNordic House Phnom Penh
Offered a room by Poly (cute Cambodian, good English), 11dollars, good shower, no window (a tad claustrophobic) aircon and fan, clean, good shower) washing quick service even did 2kg for free. Friendly helpful staff.
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... some of the spectacle and wonder away. None the less it was beautiful. When the sun had sufficiently risen and the wonder had worn off a little we set off to explore the temple itself. Angkor Wat is the largest religious structure in the world and as such there is no such thing as a quick wander through the temple, and perhaps if just a quick wander through is all you do there perhaps you should question your choice in tourist activities because possibly ancient Buddhist constructions ...
... an awful sentence. From children to the elderly.
Within the prison there are 14 graves, these are the graves of the last 14 men killed at this prison. There were only a few survivors and to this day only one is still alive. He was actually here at the prison signing what looked like a biography.
A lot of the prison has been left the way it was when the Khmer Rouge fell in 1979. Beds and chains still exist in some rooms.
Photos here are hard ...
... it's a work in progress. After leaving this site our driver took us to a shooting range which has a 'menu' of activities including shooting an AK47, M16, throwing grenades and firing RPG rocket launchers. It was $100 to fire an M16 and $300 to fire the RPG, I said no thanks and he offered me 25 rounds for $40. I was interested to see the setup but not really firing any of them, as they say been there done that, and wasn't really in keeping with they day we were on. So ...
... minutes it gets a little out of hand and after a while I step back and swap places with Melinda and take on the job of sorting sizes, I am worried I am going to completely lose my cool with them so its reassuring when after a few minutes, the beautiful, angelic Melinda screams out to back off! Gwan isn't taking any nonsense either. Thank goodness we have more than enough for everyone this time. Then we head further into the slums as we have a few sheets ...
... and this one lane road is tarnished with potholes and dirt paths. To the left and the right, you can see vast fields of rice paddies and wooden shacks. As impoverished as it may have looked, it also replicated beauty in terms of the scenery. Upon arrival at Battambang, we made way to my grandpa's shrine/tomb. By the request of my dad, I was to go to the shrine and pay my respects. We lit candles and incense, set up food, and burned notes ...