Princess Hotel Phnom Penh
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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... the pepper shop in favor of the beach and a seafood restaurant. We get down to the beach and the driver drops us off at KimLy. I look at the sign and tell him my family owns the place..seriously we have a village uncle the was named Kim Lee. After a good laugh we head in to get some seafood..of course Erin gets a crab, I decide on grilled squid amok.. amok is a Cambodian curry sort of the national dish. We have an excellent seafood meal and got a chance to enjoy the ...
Our journey continues to twist and turn and provide us with new challenges and endless adventure, and much happiness. We have been away from home since the end of March. Our plan was to be in Chiang Mai, Thailand teaching English. Unfortunately by the time we completed our teaching certificate, most schools had been in session for 4-6 weeks. As a result, most of the full time positions were already taken. In addition it has become very difficult to get a work permit in ...
Our bus to Cambodia was pretty ****, but things could've been much worse. Oh wait, there we were 10 minutes from the border because the bus had overheated. To save time, the tour operator took all of our passports and flagged down a random moped to get things rolling at the border. After around 20 minutes we were back on the road. In and out of the bus twice more and our visas were all sorted. Very efficient as I had ...
... then off to shore. We wait and then they are returned . Welcome back to Vietnam Napkin and towel folding, rice paper roll making and fruit and vegetable carving were the highlights of the day. Morning excursion to Tan Chau to visit a fish farm where they grow carp. It takes about 6 months for them to reach about 1kg then off to market for $1 per kg. The middle man makes most of the money according ...
... of bamboo. It hurtles along lurching over the disjointed tracks and when meeting another carriage the one with the least amount of people has to get off and dismantle it to let them pass. A real experience in dangerous old age travel and lots of fun. The last stop of the day was the bat cave. This is a huge cave filled with millions of bats which come out at sunset and fly together in magical wave forms.
In Phnom Penh the main sight seeing we did ...