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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for beggars - the bane of al fresco dining.The dining options around PP's gringo central are far superior to the equivalent in Bangkok and everybody's lovely - I guess because tourism is a much younger industry here. It's a shame PP is so bl**dy difficult to get to, although there are many more Euros than Brits.Last day in PP tomorrow and on Monday it's the boat journey to Siem ...
... br> We drive about half an hour to our hotel and it's a bit like Vietnam, a bit posh and a bit poor. We arrive at our bed and breakfast, Manor house and it's fabulous.Our room has a little storage area, loads of coat hangers, a fridge, a kettle, cheap mini bar, fan and air con, $4 for a load of washing, a lovely pool and bar area, TV with 62 cable channels.Nick the owner gave us a tour and answered all our questions, he is from Sydney.Our room is ground level ...
Early start in the bus to Choeung EK which was originally a Chinese Cemetery until the Khmer Rouge at the hand of Pol Pot during 1975-1979 murdered 20,000 people and disposed of their bodies in mass graves. This place has a sadness that has an effect on every person who goes in there. Many bodies have been exhumed in an attempt to return them to loved ones and those that could not be identified where given a proper memorial. A Buddhist Stupa was ...
... thought we would be ready to rough it, sleep outside, and do physical work in the 30 degree heat, but we so ain't. Instead, were going to stay in Siem Reap over christmas, and volunteer helping teach English in a school that our friend Marie told us about. Plus, family members will be glad to know that the place we are staying at has super fast internet, so xmas day FaceTime should be a breeze!
Not long now!
... packed for our departure tomorrow morning, and now I am finishing up the blog. Tomorrow we leave at 7:45. We take a public bus from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). I was a bit wary when I read we were taking a public bus, but these buses are very nice (not like the buses in India Sowann says, no chickens!). There is even a happy loo on the bus. The journey should take 7 hours or so.
So, good-bye to Cambodia. It has been fascinating getting to know you a little ...