Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh was a nice enough little city. Right on the river, which is where most of the hotels and restaurants were. The first ngiht we stayed in the backpacker area of the town, where we looked at a few of the guesthouses on offer. We were suprised at how run down and grotty looking they all were. We chose the best of the lot and decided to look …
Friday 11th February 2011
Phnom Penh, Cambodia (By Danielle)
A Dark Day of Killing, War and Prison….
We had a big day ahead of us with a tour to all the war torn spots of Phnom Penh. We got a tuk tuk ($8) to take us to a shooting range, he drove us miles outside of the city near the airport – Michelle …
As we progressed through the Mekong delta
with luke seated nice and cosy between the bags at the back
and the rest of us on hard wooden seats (he seemed to have got the
better deal and even fell asleep) we headed for a 4hr hour journey to
the capital (they said it would only take 2hrs, never believe a word
lol). Docked in Phnom …
Left HCMC on time, nice bus, free water, AC, comfy seats, not to busy, got to the border in 2 hrs, border looked pretty mordern and professional.
WAY to good to last. We got all our bags off the bus, for me and Hannah that's a lot!!! Had already given the bus driver our money for Visa's and our passports, not as mad as it sounds, it is …
So the journey back to Phnom Penh was interesting!! Thankfully we were with 3 others that had left Chi Phat that day too, a french girl, a guy from San Francisco and another guy from Finland. The plan was that we had to stay by the side of the road between the hours of 11.30am till... well, whenever the bus turned up. And when you saw a bus the …
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We looked at a number of guesthouses and this was probably the best by far in the area for our budget of 10dollars.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.