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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Then, it was delayed another 2.5 hours. I decided to just sit in the gate and hang out. A girl from Australia sat down next to me and shared stories of her travels. She was really winging it, having arrived in Phnom Penh that morning, taking a trip to the Killing Fields, then coming right back to the airport to fly to Siem Reap. She had missed the Genocide Museum, so she added me to Facebook so I could tag her in my Museum photos. Apparently she wanted to give her ...
... Cambodia all of whom were there on the island, but sometimes just one might stick out to you that little bit more. Anyway... The following morning came and another boat trip was on the agenda, this time it was around the island to long beach, a 7km stretch of perfectly white sand, crystal clear, translucent, turquoise blue and heavenly warm sea. The boat anchored on shore and we spent the afternoon relaxing in the sea, on the beach and having a great time, the lovely lady ...
... swept through the country. The war didn’t end until the early 1990s. Pol Pot died in 1998 and his second in command, Duch, was only sentenced for his war crimes in 2010. 2010! The Killing Fields are the place where the Khmer Rouge killed and buried thousands of people. Today it has been turned into a memorial and educational center. In total one third of Cambodians were brutally murdered and around 20,000 bodies remain at the killing fields. My ...
... with tears. So when I returned to move the rest of my stuff, I asked Sruch to explain that I am moving so I can live closer to the school. I also asked him to thank her for always being so kind to me. Then I saw my landlord and this is when the plan unraveled a bit. The landlord proceeded to try and convince me to move into one of the new but still not quite complete apartments. I wanted to get my rent deposit back and with no way to say no without being rude, ...
Back from paradise with a BANG is what we experienced as we arrived in to Phnom Pehn. We stayed in a really run down hostel near the river which was on a really dodgy street full of people sleeping on the footpath and lined with 'lady bars'. Straight away it was clear that the city was still reeling from the affects of Pol Pots reign over Cambodia. This was the main reason we came to Phnom Penh, to learn more ...