Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra
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... the pool as we had yesterday. Unfortunately, by the time we had made the 10 min journey to our hotel, the weather had begun to change and the clouds took on a darker appearance that dimmed the sky. The humidity about us gave a clue to what was in store: a thunderstorm. And what a thunderstorm it was! The rain feel quickly and saturated the entire city whilst lightning cackled and thunder roared - it was one of the most ferocious thunderstorms that I can ...
9 hour flight 11 hour layover 2 hour flight 30 minutes on tuk tuk Finally arrived at my destination! ♥ Wifi is working. Water seems clean. Locals are friendly, so are the fellow volunteers. Lots of mozzies - how much I shall let you know tomorrow morning when the bite marks surface. YUK. Showered in cold water and now my body is telling me I had enough, time to rest my ...
... and have a lunch at an Indonesian cafe. After finishing all the errands we go to check into the hotel close to the river. The night life is cool around the area. We have steak and Long Island Iced Tea on the second floor of the restaurant with the river view. This is the last day of our journey. What a beautiful memorable night!
At 8 AM we have an appointment with the embassy staff ...
... things. When we finally reached the top, the view was amazing, it overlooked the entire countryside of Oudong. The monument on top of the mountain, we were told that `Buddha`s bones` were kept inside…which of course we couldn`t see. Another monument next to Buddha`s bones contained the King`s bones. We stayed for a little while enjoying the sights and headed back down to see more of the monkeys! We walked around the village to see what else there was ...
... the environment or animals, but we ran into a lot of controversy over which projects were actually helping vs capitalizing on the animals. We finally settled for a project where you visit and either volunteer or just pay to walk alongside rescued elephants and their keepers called the Elephant Valley Project. It looked like it had all the right qualifications and pretty good press.
Think again- gradually, piece by ...