Holiday Villa Phnom Penh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... nice once more to get off the beaten track and so some exploring in nature, letting our senses feats on the sights, sounds and smells of the countryside. Right now our bus is making its was through small villages and towns, houses are built up on stilts, with tin roofs, hammocks underneath the houses for shade and chickens, children, dogs and cats running around outside. These little houses and huts look so enchanting, and getting closer ...
... the killing tree. They would hold the babies by their feet and swing them against the tree smashing their heads on it and once they were dead or unconscious the bodies tossed over their shoulders into the pits. Done with absolutely no remorse! The graves had been dug up, each grave holding between 100 and 1000 bodies. The field is small compared to what I thought it would be. There's a lake at the back of it which has graves in but they've chosen to leave ...
... there and head to the pagoda and Davy explains the meaning of Phnom Penh. We chose not to walk the many steps. This particular temple has no monks.
We leave there and head to the Central market. Ok now were talking, cooler, not as in your face as Russian markets and easy walking around.
We make a few purchases with Davy guiding us on price and I decide we will come back here on Saturday.
We walk to the food section and here are the deep ...
... asked the children if they would like their photos taken with the 2 men. All 3 children looked distinctly uncomfortable and politely declined. When I asked them later why they said no, they just said they didn't feel like smiling in a photo. Many other visitors took photos of each other next to these men grinning and holding the books up. It was so incongruous with what we had just seen and heard, we left quickly and sat in a street ...
... would have the morning duty of going to the local market to help out with the buying and carrying of food for the orphanage for the day. The markets were very confronting yet a good experience for everyone and a good chance to take in the culture of the people around us. The 5.30 wake ups were a challenge for some but we all got use to it as the days went on,the early nights were rewarding after a big day mostly playing with the kids who adored us. Games ...