Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... Fields which were even more chilling. The name is self explanatory, 300 people were taken there each day and killed and this was just one of many genocide sites around the country. We all felt they had preserved the site really well. Rather than exploit the violence for tourist purposes they have made it a very peaceful, spritual place with lots of birds and trees which helps the families feel their relatives are resting in peace. Despite this as you walk around you can see ...
... rented a place in Kep but we had underestimated
how quiet it was. The road out of Kampot was just sand and dirt, not
a road in the true sense of the word. We changed our plans and stayed
in Kampot town, still a very small place with little there but
Unfortunately on that
occasion I had taken a large bike, my Suzuki DR800. It was a
beautiful thing, comfortable and fast and it attracted a lot of
interest. Some Khmers ...
... many stories about the type of fish you can see and how it's not scary as you can breathe. So, I did it, and I am so glad I did. I spent the first day learning the theory and then time in the pool with all the kit on and the second day out at sea! It was fantastic. From Serendipity we headed along to coast to another beach in Sihanoukville, Otres 2, or Paradise as I like to call it. We stayed here for three nights in a beach hut. No hot water or ...