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... the bus should be arriving at 9.15 and it did. Bit of an old banger and well air conditioned. Off we go. We pick up people on the way so the journey takes a while. Around 11.30 we pull in at a 'Motorway Service' station for refreshments. Well nobody got on with their chickens but all the way it was full. Arrived at Phnom Penh again stopping at various requests. We decided to get off with a few others giving us a bit of time. Tuk Tuk drivers swarm around ...
We had a late
start to the day cause we can! Headed down the pedestrian friendly street
around the corner from us on our way to visit the Royal Place. The palace
itself is huge – over 2800 rooms to be exact- it is used for special occasions
and is not the place of residence anymore for the royal family. Like many royal
palaces from the 1500 to 1700’s it is over the TOP – huge chandeliers in every
... We took photos and had a giggle while understanding exactly how it can happen, there are no curbs and you can't see the turns when doing down a hill like that. Then it was time to go get train tickets. We have been trying to book them for days but the website and our cards don't work, so we have to go to the station. When we got there they had just sold out...train full. For the next day also. We are not lucky at all. The bus is double the price and much longer, the plane is even more. ...
... on the outside and inside of the walls. The decoration consists, as a rule, of Arabic inscriptions that are manipulated into sacred geometrical patterns wrought into arabesques.
Since this was our first trip alone we didn’t have a tour guide. Izzy had done a lot of reading on the bus so she was totally prepared for all the bus trips and the locations of places. This trip seriously could not have worked without her and I felt truly grateful. We ...
... of the art is comprised of intricate geometric designs, and colors inlaid within a mixture of moldings and sculptings, all throughout a palace that was mostly open-air in design, and featured cedar wood roofs, with most of the wood coming from Lebanon.
We did see the difference, quite clearly, in the Christian influence that came upon the palace when Charles I reclaimed the area, and made architectural changes in the ...