NagaWorld Hotel & Entertainment Complex
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... The scale of the killings was overwhelming. In the museum, we learned that many of the leaders of the Khymer Rouge are still alive and have only recently been charged for their crimes or imprisonned. Pol Pot himself lived into his seventies, married twice and was able to enjoy the company of his grandchildren. When we got back to the tuk tuk, the driver said that there was a shooting range nearby and asked if we wanted to go. ...
... for amounts over $1) and Cambodian Riel (for amounts of less than $1) was followed and Ben got one Dollar and one thousand six hundred Riel change from a five Dollar note. I think it will take us a little while to get used to this way of working.
After the cafe the evening got better and better. Our hotel is very homely and the staff are calm and extremely helpful. We have plenty of ideas about what we can get up to during the week ahead. ...
... vendor selling everything weird and wonderful; snakes on a stick, bats, cockroaches, grubs and what not... The most intriguing of all was a tarantula, now I have a fear of spiders but seeing it there, ready to eat I turned to Trine with a deep sigh and a quick, 'f**k it, when in Cambodia' and got one. I managed to eat a few of it's legs, and what turned out to be it's backside before I'd had enough; it was both crunchy and chewy and not really tasting like much but if you can get ...
... bracelets, with a sign attached. 'The Killing Tree. This is where executioners would beat children'. At first I thought it meant that the children where whipped...no....Children were literally killed by bashing them against the tree, babies held by the legs. It was at this point the tears stopped being a quiet, private affair that I was secretly wiping away, to a steady stream and shaking shoulders...the beautiful Khmer adults and children I have just spent the last ...
... The guesthouse we had reserved was supposed to pick us up from the bus stop, but thanks to some confusion on their end between a.m. and p.m. we had to flag down a tuk tuk and make our way ourselves. No big deal, eh? Wrong. The driver claimed to know where the guesthouse was located, but after almost an hour of driving from one end of the city to the other, it was clear he did NOT. Finally, Google maps and international phone data saved the day and we arrived. We didn't stay ...