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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
I'm currently sat in phenom penh airport waiting to board our flight to Kuala Lumpur!! I've used and abused the perfumes from downstairs and so this is the first time I've smelt nice in 3 months!! Haha! It worked out cheaper to fly to Kuala Lumpur and then to Indonisia than a straight flight to Indonisia and we would have also had a 23 hour wait in the airport so we saved £30 and thought why not go to Kuala Lumpur for a few days as a little stop off! I love the freedom ...
Here in PP. Made the big sacrifice and left Sharon in KL her heading back home for sister Linda and me to come here for the SE Asia Sub Regional CHE Consultation which will have people here from Cambodia, Viet Nam,Singapore and maybe elsewhere in this sub-region. Will be presenting Caring for the elderly, Disaster Planning and Working with Corrupt Governments. Now why they should pick topics like that for me...are they trying to tell me something here?!! PP has ...
... of Breaking Bad. It focused on a
child who had misunderstood the nature of zombies and so brutally
murdered her own baby sister. To deal with this, they took her out
into the garden and shot her in the back of the head.
I didn't know if I was
impressed that they were exploring such human potential in an adult
way or revolted that they'd stooped to shock tactics to lure back
Sometimes life in a
foreign country is just that exciting!
... the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, once a school for the city's children, it was turned into a prison by the Khmer Rouge and renamed S-21 to hold and torture captives who were wrongly accused of treason by the regime. The prison has been preserved as it was found when the Khmer Rouge were forced from the city in 1979, complete with hundreds of 0.8 x 2 meter cells, blood stains on the floor from the victims and photographs of dead bodies on the walls to give visitors an idea of the horror ...
... time we were in Bangkok was 2002, and I remember it as oppressively hot. In comparison to places we've been since- Borneo, Bali, Malaysia- Bangkok feels downright temperate. It's 85F with some humidity- dare I say SPRINGLIKE! So exploring the city on foot seemed like a good option. And by "good option," I mean "worst idea ever for a city with zero sidewalks, homicidal drivers, and major ongoing political unrest." But hey, potato, potahto. We attempted to walk ...