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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I woke up earlier than Dan, again, and headed up to the rooftop for some breakfast. I spoke to an older man for a while, who was lovely, before he went off to the killing fields. I need some me time, the idea of being around anyone today seems like effort, so as soon as j was done I went downstairs and grabbed my stuff so I could go to a posh hotel …
... well...little bit of home. We had a crazy time shopping for a few home goods. The place is fully furnished but no pots and pans, utensils, dishes or towels. We went to a local market..imagine being in Chinatown on a crowded street full of fruit and vegetable stands, duck into what seems like a little aisle way into a gigantic warehouse packed with tiny little store fronts crammed tightly together...aisles maybe ...
... it is believed somewhere between 12,000 and 20,000 people were brought to S-21 by the Khmer Rouge. Seven survived. During their time at S-21, prisoners were tortured, served 2 meals a day and by meals I mean a spoonful of rice twice a day, and were allowed to shower once a week and by shower I mean they were sprayed with a hose whilst in their cells. In Building A, there were individual and group cells most of which still have bloodstains on the floors today. There is now ...
We arrived in Phnom Penh around 12pm or so, but by the time we were checked in back at MeMatesVilla, it was about 1:30pm. We hired a Tuk Tuk to take us to church. We ended up at a large church building that we hadn't been to before. An Elder Myers translated for us. Later we watched Kingsman at a cinema and walked around the ...
... far on our trip, each mouthful made me melt. We had two curries, rice and two beers for a grand total of $19. If you go to Phnom Penh, you must eat here!! We asked Vanny to tell the owner that it was our best meal in Asia so far and the man beamed with pride. Next up Vanny took us to the Genocide musuem. Again we had no idea what we were walking into. This is the former prison or S-21 as it was known. It was used by the Khmer Rouge to capture and torture their victims... Men, women ...