Juliana Hotel Phnom Penh
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... happened the night before at a nightclub that's just a five minute walk from the hotel. There was an electrical fire at 2 AM, and five people were killed. Four locals and an Australian tourist. Same old story, no fire exits, one entrance, just a disaster waiting to happen. A few days later the owner of the club spoke out and all of the sudden the place had four fire exits, but the people who died were ****** drunk and it was their fault they couldn't get out. Like I'm ...
... Independence day. This closure had a chain reaction around the entire city and no matter where you were, traffic was at a stand still. It took Kunthea a good 45 minutes to get me back to the hotel, and we were about a Kilometre away. With that traffic jam in mind, I didn't leave the hotel for the rest of the night. I did take a walk up the street to grab a bite at the old restaurant where Kunthea used to work. One walk around the block, and it was back to the hotel where I called it a ...
... Inmates were generally brought to Tuol Sleng aka S-21 which was the largest of these prison camps, subjected to maybe months of horrid treatment and interrogation for allegations they did not know of, forced to write fictitious confessions and sent to the killing fields for execution if they did not die in the camp. I read someone's confession and all they had to write was that they were educated... That was his, 'crime'. A lot of public service buildings were turned into ...
... for the older babies and children so we are in negotiations over price and buying in bulk. We also need to do some testing to see if the young kids will find it palatable. No point buying a whole heap if they wont drink it. Then Dr Annie calls me to say that a medical clinic is going to lakeside slum and would I go with them. First I need to join with Melinda and sort through a mountain of donated goods she has brought in from Singapore. I met ...