InterContinental Phnom Penh
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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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... again a week later, and then again in 100 days. A white flag is hung outside the house in which the person lived. Instead, the clinic was run at Banteay Salek. Banteay Salek is built on top of a rubbish dump, the men here tend to work in construction for a few dollars a day. However, what money they do earn goes towards rent payments for the land (about USD$18.95 per month) and drugs. Methamphetamine is a common drug of abuse here, leaving ...
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... Russian druggies who were on a come down and were either vomiting or just sitting there smelling of BO and general grubbiness. We were certainly very glad to get off the bus when we arrived in Phnom Penh!
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... was a deeper, more somber, more sickening experience. But, I felt honored to be able to remember these people and pay tribute to them by lighting innocence at the beautiful temple they have built to memorialize the victims of these atrocities. We took an audio guided tour. This way we each felt more personally affected by the stories we were listening to. It was more private. Even if we both were listening to the same things. ...
... torture devices. Many of the people involved in this terrible regime have only just been sentenced in 2011.
After all the shocking information, we returned back to the hostel for some food and sort out plans for tomorrow. Then we had our first cider of the trip, Somerset as well! We then ventured out to find some pizza as after a few wrong turns realised we had walked past it. Off to Kampot tomorrow.