NagaWorld Hotel & Entertainment Complex
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... bounces her balloon against my legs to the hilarity of all concerned. 'This is Cambodia' as Cambodians will say with a weary shrug, everyone takes it all in their stride. I am giving this philosophical approach a go myself, but I don't think I have it in me.
After a bit of aimless wandering round the market, and a quick gawp at the remains of Battambang's French colonial buildings, we hire a tuk tuk out of town to go and ride the Bamboo ...
... compared to my chocolate cake. The location in Phnom Penh is also unique because all of the servers are blind, which is actually probably an advantage in a pitch-dark room.
As I've said, the city of Phnom Penh is nothing to write home about (unless you are keeping a travel blog), but I still HIGHLY recommend a visit for anyone in Cambodia. It's only a 40 minute, $100 flight from Siem Reap, and the history of the place is not nearly known by enough ...
... occurred to me that we do not necessarily need to think of retirement in terms of a “retirement home” as in a house we own in some idyllic location. We could simply rent cheap in various places until we die. Now that’s something to think about! Lory did not totally buy into my vision.
The remainder of the day, April 2nd, became our political awareness day. We visited two sites which commemorate the atrocities of genocide committed by the ...
... in a restaurant called Karma for a jug of beer and to simply take in the surroundings and people watch. It was here we met Cathy and Morris from Australia, we got chatting to them and we clicked instantly, we had the same sense of humour and we had a great afternoon i think we were in this bar for about 4 hours in the end lo.. we arranged to meet up and have dinner another night before we all left Phnom Penh.
Hubby and I that night ate at a restaurant ...
Evidently Cambodians have 27 official holidays where school and work are canceled. One interesting thing is that they celebrate 3 New Year's celebrations each year. The Jan 1st New Year, the Chinese New Year and one all their own celebrated in SE Asia- the Khmer New Year based on a Buddhist Lunar ...