Tonle Sap Hotel
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... back to the hostel and I got a dominos with tom and Mark! Then I went for a massage with Sophie and tom. After we'd all got changed we ate at the hostel as the food was good and then went back to our dorm to pack and have a chilled night as we were getting a minivan to Sihanoukville in the morning!
Total Budget - $43.70!
Hotel - $7.70
Breakfast - $7.50
Tuk Tuk - $10
Cheoung Ek Genocide Museum - $5
S-21 - $3
Pizza - $3
Dinner - $7.50
... cells where prisoners were held, another building we saw tiny cells which were made so that prisoners could not commit suicide and the last building was filled with photographs of all the people that were held captive in the prison. We both can't believe that such an awful event was happening in the world and nobody had any idea that it was going on until it was far too late. It's scary. After visiting prison, it was approaching 5pm and JP was getting hungry ...
... take a day and visit the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek - you wont regret it.
It was late afternoon and we had spent a good 4 hours wandering around Choeung Ek, it was time to head back. So we headed out and true to his word Thom was there in his Tuk Tuk waiting for us. On the way back he asked if we would be interested in visiting a firing range with him which had us intrigued. Turns out Thom was ex army and had recently left to try and study so he had access to the army ...
In order to get some fresh sea breeze and do just nothing I stayed 3 days on a small island From my bed I could see the sunrise in the morning and I would have a swim every morning. If you wanted to go to the other side of the island you
would cross the jungle by following a color dot code.Here some impressions
... the island. We then toured a mat factory on the mainland. It was very small and primitive. The weaving machines we very old and women are hired to do the work. The workers are paid for each mat they make. A mat that would sell for $15 would mean the worker would make $0.50. Afternoon was free time as we sail South to Sa ...