Sokha Club Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... went for breakfast at a little side street restaurant. Each temple is different for example there is a one, Ta Prohm that has amazing trees growing through it and then the Bayon which contains all statues of faces. It was really cool to see these especially as they are so old and the history of them is so interesting! That night we went for a lovely meal on a roof terrace restaurant and then had a night out along 'pub street', another famous street ...
... in the opposite side. It wasn't too bad but hot enough that we had to keep the curtains drawn. The passengers from the row behind us and all the way to the back of the bus were well behaved, if you take into consideration they were 50kg sacks of something apparently quite important to someone. There were only 9 human passengers including us. The rest of the bus was loaded down with merchandise. The bus ride was non-eventful and we arrived at the border in about an hour. Here ...
... it into a prison for the educated people before they were taken to the Killing Fields some 15 kms outside the City which we also visited. Is so difficult to realise this atrocity was happening when Steven and Mark were born.
Have our last day here tomorrow so we plan to ride a tuk tuk to the Mekong River which is sacred to the Buddhists similar to the Hindus with the Ganges.
... who had been persons of stature, government officials, and former Khmer Rouge members. Each prisoner was photographed as he/she arrived; many have biographies too. There were individual holding cells (a whole classroom), big enough to accommodate the prisoner, a couple of torturers, an interrogator, and someone to take notes. All that’s left here is a metal bed and usually a picture on the wall of how the room was found when the ...
... of ballet and is a very rich man. He is a practising buddhist so does does not want a wife and has no children. The palace is a beautiful place. There is a temple, where a man sits and Vanny says he is a fortune teller. Nick sits cross-legged and the man asks all sorts of questions while Vanny translates. Nick wants to know if we will have children, the man says "yes... Very soon"... We then head to the National Museum with lots of religous aritifacts, many from Siem Reap and Angkor ...