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From Siem Reap, we flew to Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. We were met by our guide Leng, and taken to our hotel, the Anise Hotel. We were there for 3 nights. The hotel had a good buzz about it, with a streetside cafe / bar / restaurant. Our room was great - big and airy, with a large corner balcony. It was situated in a decent area of the …
Our last stop in Asia was Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh. We had a pleasant 6-hour bus ride from Siem Reap (I'll put in a plug for Mekong Express buses: they saw my long legs and put me in a really roomy seat at the back, they gave us food, and they were just friendly).
Our guidebook said Phnom Penh is an attractive city, but I was still …
Priya isn't 100% sure which is her favorite country yet, but this trip further cemented Vietnam as mine. I was sad to leave, but excited to see a new country and our Ross friend Ned!
As luck would have it, we had a few last adventures before crossing the border. The first was at a floating fish farm, which as the name would suggest is a …
We packed all the sights of Phnom Penh into one day since we wanted to give as much time as possible to Angkor Wat. The day started a little late (sleeping in was nice) and we headed to Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (http://www.tuolsleng.com/) which is the location where Pol Pot and this Khmer Rouge regime tortured and killed thousands of Khmer people …
The taxi from the airport, in rush hour, gave us our first true taste of this city. Traffic rules do not apply here and scooters wait until their combined numbers are big enough to force their way across the intersection. Top sights were the man on a moped with an exercise bike strapped to his shoulders and the man on a bicycle pushing a ten-seat …
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