Phnom Penh Hotel
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... don't visit.' they give it one star. I say....if you cannot visit the Killing Fields, you should not come to Cambodia. Its just another country in Southeast Asia. You might as well go see all the beautiful temples in Thailand. But, do not come here if you can't see the Killing Fields. You won't get it. You won't understand it. We went to dinner afterwards at the noodle house. We shared the table with a nice man who ...
... Hostel. Went to the French place few doors down from our hostel for dinner- had sausage and mash, it was French mash and soooooo good. Nice change from the Asian foods been constantly eating. Polish boy (lives in Germany now) also in the Hostel tonight - he's obsessed with the "Happy Pizza" place (weed on pizza and weed milkshakes) and is a bit annoying. Oh and found out David Beckham is in Cambodia!! Went to Angkor Wat today - just missed him owwwwww ...
... it was funded to be a museum and also more on the history of the place. There was accounts from the few survivors,And also a few accounts from people in the countryside on what happened. It's a shame we were pushed for time as we would have like to have read more. We could have stayed for hours. The next building was the hardest to accept. All three floors had the small prison cells that each person was kept in. They were usually kept in these conditions for hours and ...
... CADBURY CHOCOLATE! So we took the walk and found it! Excitedly bought the chocolate rushed back to check in at the hotel before it completely melted! The room was lovely, small but we had tv hot shower and wifi with a super comfy bed and a WINDOW! What a novelty that is in Phnom Penh! Only trust us to have a window that the lock is broken on, we had steel bars and mosquito net shutters but the monkeys that were perched on the roof in front of us ...
... drive into town we were glad to see that the traffic seemed much less frenetic in this more rural environment. Within 20 minutes we were checking in to the Khmer Mansion Boutique Hotel, a fairly new building situated conveniently near to the centre.
We dropped our bags and went out in search of a couple of cold beers. We seemed to be in backpacker territory and so there were many cheap eating places all around. We found one advertising draft Angkor beer for $0.50 ...