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TravelPod Member ReviewsPich Guest House Phnom Penh
Cheap, good location near riverside- walking distance to royal palace and night market. Clean rooms and helpful staff.
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... the wrist the more the respect. Two hands are used to respectfully receive.
Cambodia is the only country to dispose its monarchy for communism and then reinstate it
You dont have to negotiate for a tuktuk as long as you give just over fair and walk away.
The average wage is $1 a day or 59p.
80% of children under five are malnourished.
The Khmer have a silly almost naive sense of humour.
Chum reap suor means a very formal hello and Sous-dey is an informal greeting.
... there were about 20 kids waiting outside a gated door, smiling and bowing with their hands together at their chests. They would greet us this way every day for the next 2 weeks and it never lost the power to instantly make me feel a pang in my chest. Always so happy to see us, appreciative that we were there, and enthusiastic for what we were about to teach them. To sound like a broken record for anyone who has been following my Facebook, these are the sweetest, ...
... For me the most horrific atrocity of the war was the massacre of four to five hundred unarmed residents of the village of My Lai on March 16, 1968. The senseless murders, rapes and mutilations were committed by Company C of the 23rd American Infantry Division. Twenty-six soldiers were charged with criminal offenses but only Lt. William Calley was found guilty of murdering 22 civilians. He had served three years when President Nixon intervened to release him. The massacre ...
... educated people and also senior Khmer Rouge military who were not performing as expected. They were tortured and then sent out of town to the killing fields. Our next visit was to one of the many killing fields that were located throughout Cambodia. This one had a memorial. More should probably be done at this site as it was difficult to avoid stepping on bones that had made their way to the surface of ...
... village and saw the Mosque (beautiful building) before we headed back to the pier. Here, we boarded another boat (long boat) where we sat on for the next 4 hours as it headed up the River to the border with Cambodia. We hadn't got enough Vietnamese Dong left for the Visa so we had to use some other currency to get them sorted (Singapore Dollars luckily!) We then eventually reached the border where we got off the boat and had to wait an hour to ...