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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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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 …
Caught a boat in the morning to Koh Rong Island, fell asleep on the boat. Met up with Emily and her friends again. The island is beautiful, it's super picturesque and looks like it's straight off a postcard. The problem is, is that I keep comparing it to Don Det and it's just got a completely different vibe. Drinking is super ...
First experience on a tuk tuk was quite scary, even scarier when you get told to not have your bag so easy to see on you as motorbikes drive past and steal them! Like I said the roads are crackers and you have other vehicles going past so close to you its a bit OMG but once you get used to it, its not so bad in total we had about 5 tuk tuk journeys.
We went to the main tourist attractions which ...
... 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">"Angkar has [the many] eyes of the pineapple." (Everyone was told to spy on each other and inform the leaders)
"Better to kill an innocent by mistake than spare an enemy by mistake."
... at the Independence Monument, the new statue of King Norodom Sihanouk and the Cambodia Vietnam Friendship Monument. The Palace grounds appeared to be closed but entrance into the palace buildings is in any case not permitted and so we had a look to see what we could see through the gates and then crossed the busy river front road and sat watching the occasional boat pass on its way down the Tonle Sap River to join the Mekong.
It was hotting up by now and so ...