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... I mean visitors, and head off. Again the roads are narrow, muddy and full of pot holes. After about 5 minutes we get stuck in a mud hole and have to get out .. fortunately our driver is able to clear the mud without requiring a helping hand. Back on the road we encounter numerous locals young and old alike, we exchange enthusiastic greetings with all. Very cool just to exchange a wave and a smile with star angers halfway around the world. After a few minutes we ...
... three off the top places in Phnom Phen. We are breakfast/lunch at a French crepe place which was really good then headed to the genocide museum. It was once a centre for leaning but taken over by pol pots security forces in 1975 who transformed the classrooms into torture chambers and renamed it S-21. At the height of activity 100 victims were killed here every day. It was a sad place to look around at all the photos of the victims which had been taken on the way into the prison. We ...
... and I even have a simcard with wifi although I brought the world's oldest phone. Whichever way, we stay in touch!
Bamboo beds have been placed in the lobby area... Can you imagine at Waldorf? :p
And I will make it an ealry night after more then 24 hours of travelling.
A long blog, but the first, so forgive me! ;)
Enjoy your Sunday and take care, so will I!
Greetings from warm and relaxing Phnom Penh!
... stretch most of the way from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap (currently a 6 hour journey, doable in around 4 on proper roads).Stay safe one and all
Now I leave you with the traffic in phnom Penh, which makes me
slightly nostalgic for hot, dusty, friendly, Cambodia, a place to
Bye from a rather wet and soggy poolside, at The Village House in Santubong.
... of the place. Unlike Bangkok or even Vientiane, this place seemed more used to struggle. The dirt roads were smaller and paved roads were available, but destitute mothers and naked children were still walking the streets. I had a sense that there was history here- something had happened and the people were still recovering. We were dropped off at a train station. It was very hot outside. The city was not unusual in that there was no shortage of Tuk Tuk drivers who seemed to ...