Phnom Penh Hotel
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... market, will wanted some trainers which they did have some very good copies of nikes and adidas but didn't seem to go up to his size. Asians clearly have little feet. It was time to go back now to the hotel and get ready for our evening at eclipse. This was on the 23rd floor of the Phnom Phen towers. We ate and had cocktails here and the views were pretty awesome for a Cambodia city and the food was really good too. What an eye opener of a day, some really sad parts and some amazing ...
... use (complete outdoor gym). Barges, cargo boats and cruise boats float down the river all day and all evening. There are tons of great bars and restaurants in the area and it is always teeming with people. We are on the 4th floor (no lift) so it’s a long and hard walk up and down, but the view is worth it. Our room is huge and includes a sitting area and a great balcony where we can people watch and enjoy the ...
... listed in lonely planet, titled "Eighty8." We booked our rooms. Sam and Dalton were to stay in a dorm room that contained 4 bunk beds which could hold 8 people total, while Blake, Shaun and I shared one room with two beds and a pod-like container. That's where I would sleep. We went downstairs and enjoyed the laid back atmosphere for a bit, ordering fruit shakes and eventually food, and using the free wifi available. A small pool glimmered in the corner of the courtyard. ...
... ourselves comfy on some floor cushions. Continuing to talk about foot fetishes, as that seems to now come up in a lot of my conversations. The film was good, but completely not what I expected. I thought it would be focused more on the killing fields, and what happened there. It was more focused on a storyline about a photographer who got caught there, barely giving much information about the Khmer Rouge and the conditions. Things were ...
... funny so I find myself saying “yes it’s very funny”.
Towards the end of the month I went on a lads’ holiday to Phnon Penh, Cambodia with Tom and Larry. We flew after work on Friday night with Qatar Airways and had a whole Boeing 777 practically to ourselves. It was only a 45 minutes flight so by the time we were up to altitude we were heading back down. We got a visa on arrival for $20 at the airport and the process was ...