Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... and now I
had a strange phone call from Western. They asked me to go back and
collect money owed to me. I went in to explain that there was some
kind of mixup but the mixup was caused by the same incompetence that
prevented me from solving it. I asked in the office for the person
who had sent me the message. I was told that he didn't exist, he did
exist, he was the boss, he was out, he was somewhere else, he was
busy. Nobody knew what they were doing, even in ...
... br> qualified to work on a bike as a chimp was to perform open heart
We let the chimp lay in
his hammock and moved along. I whipped the brakes off and handed
Saiem the pads for her to match up. She went out on a spare bike and
came back a few minutes later with a good quality set of pads. She
was equally unimpressed that I made her pay for her own brake pads
but her grumbling just made me laugh and she stopped it quickly. I
like to run a ...
... the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, once a school for the city's children, it was turned into a prison by the Khmer Rouge and renamed S-21 to hold and torture captives who were wrongly accused of treason by the regime. The prison has been preserved as it was found when the Khmer Rouge were forced from the city in 1979, complete with hundreds of 0.8 x 2 meter cells, blood stains on the floor from the victims and photographs of dead bodies on the walls to give visitors an idea of the horror ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLyon d'Or Phnom Penh
15 dollars a night, clean enough, very expensive restaurant, breakfast included, next to the river.
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