Juliana Hotel Phnom Penh
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... city. Then, all vehicles - no matter if a push bike, motor bike, tuk tuk or car - will go around any obstacle in their path. As chaotic as the traffic flow is, I'm yet to witness wreckless driving or road rage. It works. The museum is an elaborate maroon building which houses hundreds of relics, mostly stone statues retrieved from ancient temples such as Angkor Wat, none of which are permitted to be photographed. After one hour, my brain was saturated with so many Buddhas and Shivas, ...
... But government corruption is a big problem. They're certainly no more corrupt than any other government here. They're just more open about it.
I know the photos show beautiful temples, jungles, waterfalls and beaches, but one thing a photo can't take is the psyche and spirit of the people. Interaction with the local population is probably the greatest influence you take away from a place as a traveller. Whether it's children waving, the gentle ...
... and venture out a bit!
And though Phnom Phen is the capital of Cambodia.. I feel there isn't much to do here but go to the killing fields.. So off I go.
I hired my so far, wonderful tuktuk driver who I've had since I arrived.. He even waited for me at the hospital till the next day! He will take me wherever I wish to go around the city for 15$ for the whole afternoon. And off we go..
It's a 30 minute tuktuk ride to the ...
Not much to say today. I woke around 8am, feeling peaky and not able to get back to sleep, in other words hungover. I tossed and turned for a bit then gave in and went for a cold shower hoping that's freshen me up. It helped a little, but I still felt rotten. I put on some clothes and walked into town to get some of my hangover supplies, mentos. I should probably just buy some and keep them in my bag for hungover days but I always swear I'm not going to ...