Hotel Luxury World
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... knew what I wanted to do that was the killing fields and the S-21 prison. Day one was just arriving, getting my room and chilling out really. Didn't do much more.
Day 2 was the big day. Set off from the hostel around 10am and got to Choeung Ek (the infamous killing field) at around 10:45 and easily spent 1.5 hours there. Upon entry you get an audio player in your language and a set of headphones and then you select ...
... chicken and a batch of steamed rice (there was also another dish there, but as Small and his daughter didn't touch it, I didn't either). The chicken still had its feet and head attached, but Small made short work of that as he ripped off each leg for us. He gave the head to his daughter, who bit into the neck hungrily and later fed the leftovers to a dog. After lunch Becky and I chilled out on the hut whilst Small and his daughter wandered around talking to people at different huts. ...
... a diplomat and Riz Lee a bodyguard. They ended up taking us back to our hotel on their bikes which was amazing. Great to ride through the streets on the back of a Harley. We were all buzzing afterwards. Sadly we had to say goodbye to Alice to go back to Bangkok prior to returning home whilst Alice was continuing her travels into Vietnam. We had a brilliant time in Cambodia as it was so interesting. It's a lovely country with really nice people. Definitely want to return and see ...
... our dinner we took a walk up “Pub Street”. This is the crowded, neon lit party street where the booze is cheap and the music blares out until the early hours. Ready for a beer ourselves we spotted an upstairs bar with stools overlooking the street which looked like a good vantage point for watching the goings on below. There was no music apparently, but within a few minutes of us ordering our drinks the karaoke started up. This was painful on the ears and we drank ...
... I've witnessed how sharp their edges are!). Bodies were dumped in mass graves and soaked with chemicals to mask the smell. Some were beheaded. Infants were reportedly grabbed by the ankles and swung against trees. A stupa has been erected at the killing fields that we visited. It is a windowed box with 17 tiers of shelves to house clothes and bones which have been exhumed; different types of bones per tier. Having spoken with a number of Cambodians now, it's clear that this dark slice ...