Ohana Phnom Penh Palace Hotel
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Fantastic hotel, great pool, close to everything! Loved having breakfast on the rooftop terrace, watching all the activities on the riverside
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Today began with a visit to The Killing Fields, some of the mass graves of millions of Cambodians who were killed between 1975-1979 by the Khmer Rouge. The place is hard to comprehend, in places there are bits of clothing and bone fragments in the ground we were walking on, which continue to rise to the surface.
Second stop of the day was …
This morning was our flight out of Vientiane and onto Phnom Penh, where we arrived at just gone 1pm.
We were then met by our new guide for Cambodia, and taken to our hotel where we arrived around 3pm. Within less than a minutes walk outside was a market which stinks, within seconds of entering it all I wanted to do was get out, as they …
I woke up ridiculously early and couldn't get back to sleep. While mike and Nigel did their workout, I walked around the hotel complex, seriously huge! I found a lake with lots of small huts, a dinosaur park and the zoo with about 10 monkeys, a deer, an ostrich and lots of chickens, ducks send rabbits.
Breakfast by the pool, then we …
Mike and Nigel were up early and did an exercise session down by the river, I walked around and took photos, then back for shower and breakfast on the rooftop terrace. Met Sophea downstairs at 8am and walked through the Kendal markets, then on to the National Museum where we had a guide take us through, then on to the Grand Palace palace complex …
Mike and Nigel were up early again for an exercise session by the river, I walked down and met them just as they finished, we had breakfast again at the rooftop terrace and watched the ladies doing tai chi and boys doing sword work.
Left at 7am in the van and drove out of Phnom Penh, heading south, got the bikes out and started cycling, …