Imperial Garden Villa & Hotel
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... Jack had a fantastic time ziplining over the Cambodian jungle canopy. Flying like a true gibbon, he shrieked with joy as he slid down 10 ziplines and 4 skybridges. We saw real gibbons from about 10 ft away at the end of our zipline adventure, which actually was incredible. Please see lowlights for Madison’s take on the experience.
... I walk and play in it a lot. It's cleansing and, especially in SE Asia where it is always so hot, it can be refreshing. Except when it's a monsoon. I made it about 3 storefronts and with each step the rain became harder. Suddenly, it was a literal wall of water and I had to duck into a shop because I had my phone an camera, etc that wouldn't survive in the cloth bag I was carrying everything in. I waited a few minutes until I saw the street ...
... other bits, when he evacuated Phnom Pen at the age of 12. None of them knew that it was a ploy to get them to work in the rice fields, not benefiting from their labours, but rather dying of starvation as they were not fed enough and worked 16 - 18 hours a day. All teachers were executed, as well as anyone else that had been educated, or looked like they were smart because they wore reading glasses. What was ironic was that Pol Pot himself was a teacher ...
... and took us to the royal palace for our second attempt to get in. We were wearing long tops not scarves this time!! Bless him, our driver wanted to wait for us because we had 'contributed to Cambodia' by working at the hospital. So we said he would wait outside and he wouldn't charge us any more for it - so nice! The palace was pretty impressive. It looked almost Thai with big curly roofs and gold everywhere. It was very fancy. It was so hot though and we'd already ...