New Beach Hotel
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... state included people with an education. People were killed just because they wore glasses. Our first stop was Tuol Sleng Prison. Before the Khmer Rouge it used to be a school. Thousands of people were interrogated, tortured and died there. The technique of the interrogators wasn't particularly good for getting the truth out of people. They would ask why, for example, was a person spying for the CIA on them. If they denied it, they wouldn't believe them as 'the state doesn't ...
... honest! We then set off again and all tried fishing. I got one bite but the fish fell off as I was reeling it in. It then started to pour down like a tropical storm. It became really cold so we all jumped into the water which was warmer than being in the boat! Next we went to a beach, it was still cloudy but the water was warm, we'd had a few beers and we were all messing about in the water, throwing around balls and ...
... We could smell the grocery vendors before we could see them. The grocery vendors are in the back with their tubs of crab, baskets of dried fish, trays of squid and octopus. Tables of dragon fruit, papaya and ugli fruit lay under spirals of bananas. Women of all ages are negotiating prices before filling their plastic bags with their Saturday trip to the Market.
Our senses were on overload as we emerged on the other ...
... place to eat. I had heard about an amazing noodle place and we happened upon it so tried it out. They are really cheap and you can get home made dumplings or noodles which you watch them making fresh. We shared a plate of fried and steamed dumplings which were delicious. They also ran a small cinema and rented out private rooms with big TVs where you could watch films from a huge selection. Such a great idea! Then we found a place to chill out by the river. The people were ...
Personally, I do not recommend this place. Except they have a really hardworking French-Cambodian waiter that provide tip top service. After his morning shift, the restaurant is run by the owner - a French woman that doesn't know a thing in the restaurant.
Lunch: Mushroom Point
USD 6.50 (Fried Rice + 2 Angkor Beer)
USD 6 (2 luscious ...