NagaWorld Hotel & Entertainment Complex
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We continue to the West of Cambodia out of the Central Cardomoms, heading towards the Southern Cardomom Protected Forest. The rain makes the trees even more green, but roads are now mud...never wanted to be in a 4WD more than today. We pass by 3 Chinese built hydro electric plants (get a little lost and pulled up by police/environmental officers to check our vehicle at one of them...). Complete devastation and destruction of ...
... to tell this tale!!
Our last night as a threesome, Lynda Hillary and I went out to dinner at "Friends" another NGO , operating a restaurant in support of training street kids in the Hospitality Sector so as to become active and self supporting citizens.
Lynda left for the airport by Tuk Tuk driven by one of our trusty drivers Polo. Well she had a ride of a lifetime, as it poured!!!!!!!!!! Rain ( for the first time since ...
... 90 kg golden Buddha studded with over 200 diamonds, a Buddha made of solid emerald and a lot of other silver and gold pieces. Unfortunately there was no photography allowed in this pagoda. I had to buy a T shirt before I could go in as my top without sleeves was not appropriate for a temple.
Next stop was Tuol Sleng Museum. This was originally a school that was converted to ...
I’m not going to go into detail about torture techniques; details are available elsewhere if you want to know. Torture sessions were usually 3 times a day for 3 hours at a time. Then, when there was no more to learn, the prisoner was taken away …
Next stop for the prisoners and for us today was the Killing Fields of Cheung Eki, 15 kilometers south of Phnom Penh and commemorated in the film of the same ...
... After completing the tour and taking a while to digest what I had just experience we headed back into the city where we went to Tuol Sleng known as S21, which was a school turned prison during Pol Pots rein in power and was mainly where prisoners where tortured to gain false confession before either killing them on site or moving them to the killing fields to be murdered.