Juliana Hotel Phnom Penh
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... of the Khmer Rouge finally saw justice, over 35 years after their almost four year reign ended. Many members however never did see justice, and many never will. I understand it is an incredibly complicated situation, but how can it be that the people responsible for one of the biggest atrocities in modern history were allowed to walk free until 2007 and only found guilty in 2014. I guess that's something I will never understand. It was a long, and emotionally draining day, but ...
... knew what I wanted to do that was the killing fields and the S-21 prison. Day one was just arriving, getting my room and chilling out really. Didn't do much more.
Day 2 was the big day. Set off from the hostel around 10am and got to Choeung Ek (the infamous killing field) at around 10:45 and easily spent 1.5 hours there. Upon entry you get an audio player in your language and a set of headphones and then you select ...
... the driver just ploughed straight across with the occasional touch on the horn. Motorcyclists were expected to give way.
Eventually we reached the King Grand Suites Boutique Hotel and I left Phil to deal with the driver and his “lack of change” and “four children to support” whilst I went to check in. My room was luxurious - very spacious and well appointed. Amazing value for £35 a night with breakfast. Phil was sent to Room 101. And ...
... even stalls selling bicycle and car parts. Basically, an ancient shopping centre. The Central Market was similar in content, except it was more orderly, cleaner and more focussed on tourists. Built in 1937, it is an Art Deco, (mostly) covered market, which also stocks a wide range of merchandise, although the focus is on jewellery. I was largely left alone, although, I was constantly offered a pedicure as I walked past the makeshift beauty ...