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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... into the South China Sea. But when the monsoon winds and rains begin down in Vietnam, usually in May, the winds and the sudden enormous amount of water cause the river to begin flowing south to north. When that happens, the river becomes this muddy brown due to all the silt from the Mekong Delta being pushed upriver. The river now is decidedly brown and the water is flowing north. When I got to Gloria Jean's, I ordered my usual iced latte, skim milk, ...
... were lucky their throats cut. Those not dead from the impact died from suffocation after being buried alive. This is a very emotional site and if for no other reason should be visited out of respect for those who died. It is estimated that over 1/4 of the population of 7 million people (nearly 2 million) were killed by the Khmer Rouge during their reign. This site is just one of the over 300 known killing fields across Cambodia. ...
... lower intelligence' or 'intellectually challenged' they were stupid
and it was such a big deal it would have been impossible to write
about them without mentioning it at some point. They weren't the kind
of stupid where people sometimes forgot their keys, they were so
stupid that it literally made your head hurt and there were days were
they made you consider that the line between intelligent animals and
stupid people was a lot more blurred than you thought. ...
... children's class and then off to lunch.
The powder-coater had
spoken with my girlfriend. He had decided we were too far away to
visit so that had scuppered our plans. I met Steve at his house just
as he was taking his dog around the corner for a walk. He asked if I
had arranged to meet our old colleagues for collecting their rental
money which confused me as I thought we'd planned to see the
powder-coater which we now hadn't.
In the end we went ...
... in Kingston!).
A highlight of PP was the Imperial Palace, which houses the famous Silver Pagoda. The pagoda's floor is made up of 5,000 silver bricks! Inside, there is an emerald Buddha perched high in the middle of the room, a life-size gold Buddha studded with 9,500+ diamonds, and many other gold and jewelled items. It was a huge display of wealth, and it stood in stark contrast to the ...