Sokha Club Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Tapping out a blog is tough. The handy Bluetooth (witchcraft) keyboard didn't survive the border crossing. Words sound good daydreaming them from the back of a bike or when soaking up the UV on a beach; sitting down to do it becomes a chore. I must remember that, it'll sound good in the blog, is distracting of a good time. We'll be glad of it when the mortgage is coming out every month and January's friends can't quite be remembered over February's antics. It remains a diary to ...
... with. We let our competitive sides show at Cambodia's only crazy golf course which came complete with a scaled down version of Angkor Wat. The final scores were game one to Ward, game two to Alex and Eline putted a hole in one. What Siem Reap had to offer in terms of temples, Phnom Penh equalled in terms of entertainment and culture. With no less than 3 and soon to be 4 art house cinemas we were spoilt for choice and managed to watch several films ...
... my mom and dad, Art and Beulah, to Phimai, northeast of Bangkok, near Khorat in the province of Isan. The temple Prasat Hin Phimai, located in the center of the town, was one of the major Khmer temples in ancient Thailand, connected with Angkor by an ancient Khmer Highway. Architecturally, the temple is very similar in design to Angkor Wat.
We stayed in a backpacker hostel in Phimai. Art and Beulah were 87 and 84 respectively, and they just loved the experience. For me it was ...
... and Emma's first separate beds for the whole trip!! :O get excited, it was a big deal.
We've dubbed Phnom Penh as our favourite city. Lisa's reason is that the areas of the city look super different and 'there's always something new to see', whereas everyone else just prefers the shopping. Today was a shopping day and we splurged at the Russian Markets. Got my first pair of real...fake...but real converse. *fist pump*. I'd ...
... t even bring myself to take photos of them.) To think that these people weren't even granted a quick death was just so inhumane. In some cases where people didn't die from the blows to the head they were simply buried alive.
It was one of the most saddest and soul destroying things I've experienced. The most chilling moment of the day (for me) was at the very end. Music comes on your headphones that was actually played those 30 years ago to drown ...