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Nach einer durchzechten Nacht stand heute die 9 stündige Fahrt ins Kapitol Kambodschas an. Wir reisten mit dem öffentlicheb Mekong Express welcher ein wenig eng war, aber für unsere Bedürfnisse (schlafen) völlig ausreichend war. Nach Bezug unseres Hotels im Rotlichtviertel machten wir noch eine kleine Erkundungstour durch die Stadt.
... to be interned in the same stupa with one of their daughters who passed away at 4. The King didn't want to spend any of the countries limited funds on the building of 2 more stupas. It would be great if more government officials were that frugal, here and everywhere else. The Palace and it's grounds have huge parks on two sides with beautiful statues and fountains, grass & trees. You'll see in the pics, the rooftops have a kind of wave that comes to a point at the ...
... some of the back streets of Phnom Penh that most foreigners don't venture into and see daily life. Each street we travel down seems to sell something different. One street is only clothing vendors and then the next all mechanics. It makes life really easy if you don't like the price at one you just go next door and so on.
The following morning it's off to Toul Sleng Museum (S21) and Choeung Ek (Killing Fields). ...
Local currency is used, However the preferred currency is USD. Motorbikes everywhere No road rules Preferred method of transport is tuk tuk for most visitors, most locals ride bikes, some bikes have 3-4 people on each. A real people mover! Locals are very friendly, go out of their way to keep tourists ...