InterContinental Phnom Penh
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... Sruch didn't seem ready to leave just yet. So he talked and told me about his family and growing up in a refugee camp on the Laotian border where he was born in 1984. Neither of his parents had been to school so despite living in a refugee camp during his early years, his parents made sure that he and his brother attended school. I also learned that his father had been a conscripted Khmer Rouge soldier during the civil war of the late 1970's. I've known ...
... was available for today. No tickets for Kratie but there were a couple of seats left on the bus to Kep so I am now on my way there. Must be fate. I will try for Kratie again in May when we have days off for the queen's birthday. I am on a bus that left at 9:30 instead of the usual 7:30 bus - no seats on that one. Once again I am at Kimly Lodge. Such a relief. I do like it there. Since the bout of food poisoning, I have been so off my sleeping schedule. This ...
... Alexander and I decided to find a restaurant in Phnom Penh for dinner. After walking a couple of blocks towards the palace, we found the entrance to the Titanic restaurant that appealed to us, so we walked inside to see what it was like. It's a huge restaurant facing the Mekong River, and they had plenty of locals that were ...
... including throwing his full weight at the
door which was a metal thing designed cleverly to make as much noise
as possible. His only actual use was to basically serve as an alarm
so I checked to see if he was actually raising the alarm but whatever
he was barking at with such enthusiasm was either imaginary or
invisible. We had a long discussion about boundaries and he looked at
me in silence and then bit my foot. I was optimistic he understood
... night and we
traditionally went out for something to eat after she finished work.
Steve had arranged to meet
his ex to knock the final nails into the coffin or sort something
out. They had met at a Mexican place called Viva. It was right down
on the riverfront near 104 and the food was consistently decent.
Added to that the place was nice, they made excellent frozen
margaritas, the staff were decent and they didn't care if we took in
Nai didn't ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Phnom Penh
The staff has been so friendly and very accommodating. The rooms at very nice and the pool is amazing.
We made a new friend already from the Chicago area. Austin was in the same flight from Seoul and checked in at the same time. We started chatting with him in the club lounge over breakfast. He is here in on business for the week selling pipes and fittings.
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