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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... there for me and vice versa. Guess this is what you call true friends. My time here in Cambodia has been nothing but incredible. I have witnessed a snapshot of how difficult life could get in developing countries. I saw people living in slums caring for those even less fortunate than they were, causing me to reflect how selfish I have been in my past days. Kids at the orphanage displayed love for learning and genuine appreciation for ...
Yesterday morning when I got up at 5:30, it was already 88 degrees. I don't know what the humidity was but it seemed high. As the day went by, the temperature rose and the humidity rose with it. Walking upstairs to my apartment, I felt like I was in a sauna. 95 stairs later, I was pretty soaked with sweat. The sun began to set, and the sky began to darken. Yea! It's going to rain, I ...
... on another bus, which took us to another plane, which was parked in another runway. (The bus ride to this plane was about 15 minutes, but felt soooooo much longer). The plane ride to Phnom Penh was basically the same as the one to Doha, but I was unfortunately unable to sleep on the flight, and I ended up having a very uncomfortable take off and landing because of the cold I was still getting over. Once we landed in Phnom Penh it was a bit of ...
... headphones it brought a tear to my eye. I was so taken back by what I had seen and learnt that i then got the film called the Killing Fields that shows you the full story of what happened, it was upsetting but you have to get past that and learn and visit the places that had such an impact on the country.
The next day we went on a nicer upbeat walk around the Palace and Gardens was nice but nothing like the Grand Palace in Thailand and we visited the ...
... of the trip so far, though we haven't had any real shockers, except perhaps one of the overnight train ones. then moved on to the fine arts museum, which is not large but has a good collection, a large part of which seems to have come from Angkor Wat. Last stop was the pagoda dedicated to the Mrs Penh the city is named for, Wat Phnom which is very beautiful with lovely murals, especially on the ceiling where they are still original. Nice view from the top of ...
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