Juliana Hotel Phnom Penh
Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
So the day has finally come. I'm on
the road again. A year off from work, study and reality as I know
it. A year to get away, clear my head, and pursue some neglected
interests like Spanish, writing and adventure! After talking about
it for so long it hardly seems real, but here I am again with my life
in a backpack, …
Hi again, We've successfully managed to move on from Bangkok and yes France we got some sunglasses that looked roughly like what you wanted. Not sure when we'll get the next chance to give them over. I don't think I'll risk posting them..
Things have gone well again here, especially with the weather and we are still laughing and carrying …
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
We arrived in Phnom Penh after a very eventful six hour drive from Siem Reap; the route almost had a tarmac roads all the way! Within fifteen minutes of the start of our journey the car had skidded across the road to avoid another vehicle, and ended up on the opposite side of the street in the dirt. It was a miracle …
Phnom Penh is not the prettiest of towns and did not really do much to endear itself to either of us. We are not sorry that we visited but we won't be rushing back either. It is quite dirty and obviously a quite a poor city. It is chaotic but also quite vibrant but a little bit seedy in parts, especially after dark. In our talk with other …
After settling in to our new hotel room (a lovely ground floor room not more than 10 steps from the pool) we decided we would hire Mr Kong to take us to the temples so we went and found him and agreed on a price for the afternoon, $8US. That afternoon we explored Angkor Wat thouroughly. It was fairly quiet as it was around lunchtime. They are …
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