Tai Ming Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... main avenue of Phenom Pen. Independence Monument looks pretty splendid all light up with different colored lights, the trees have white lights a bit like our Christmas, but soon it will be Chinese New Year. The restaurant was excellent the food had many unusual flavours. For dessert I choose Pumpkin Creme Brouily and sylvia had Palm Fruit with Tampioca both unusual and very tasty. After we walked around the square and promised the tomorrow we would come ...
... sister, brother, ....can't even imagine !!
On our way out, some local Cambidian students were on a tour...there was a young girl in the bathroom throwing up and another crying. To say it broke our hearts is an understatement.
We didn't want to take pictures here, but we wanted to share what we experienced here and we were very discreet. They encourage everyone to take pictures because this horrible genocide is not well ...
... difference as far as ministry activities go. We were able to experience so much of the culture here. We got to pass out water filtration systems that are not only extremely easy to install, but last a lifetime. We got to worship and fellowship with several different Khmer churches in impoverished villages nearby. We put on programs for children. We got to visit orphanages and play games with the kids. We got to see sad faces changing to ...
... local street food and although not the cheapest in Asia it was always good and enjoyable. Beer is between US$0.50 - US$1.00 for draft or can…LOVE IT! And there are great cocktails to be had!
And as for the traffic? I read somewhere, possibly in the LP that if there are any traffic rules no one seems to be following them, and that is probably true, as yes it seems as if the traffic is trying to kill ...
... noodle stir fry and Nath had a works burger (obviously embracing Cambodian cuisine). We all enjoyed our meals and dad said his was the best meal he has had all trip. It was after he said that he broke out in a wild sweat from the spice of the meal (like I said before, weak). After a quick stop to our now favourite mini mart we picked up some soft drink and m&m's and Mum and Dad got their usual, Angkor beers for 50 cents and we headed back to the hotel to ...