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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... me the equivalent of 6p that we needed to be able to pee! On arrival in Cambodia we chilled in our rooms before heading out on a cyclo tour. We sat in a reclining seat with two wheels which was attached to the front of a unicycle which a Cambodian man peddled to move us along. It's not quite as exciting a vehicle as that description makes out, but the group of us had a great hour being shown around the city ...
... back if we wanted to. In a country of 15 million or so, about 2000 die on the roads each year and you can see why with minimal road rules. I don't know that we were going that fast because of the state of the roads, but the Speedo read 0 so it can't have been too fast, right?
once we got to the wildlife sanctuary our guide wandered around with us, giving us bananas to feed various animals and telling ...
... and now every one of them associated me with games and
wanted to be spun around or thrown up or some other highly exhausting
thing. After a dozen I was ready to leave, slink out and gasp myself
to near death upstairs in the staff room. I had a vague lesson plan
and just needed to print off some sheets.
My colleague was in, he
was talking about moving house. He had been burgled twice and it was
also an excuse to get rid of a woman that wouldn't leave.
... tuctuc drivers, nasty young men
from the provinces who were new in town and feeling like they were
suddenly something very special. They gather in packs and glare at
anyone with more than they have.
The Russian market up the
road attracted a few tourists and a few shops had appeared around it
trying to exploit a few dollars from travellers still with western
money in their pockets. Even so, no effort had been made, there was
no real quality to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center