Tai Ming Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Today was filled by a day trip out to see the infamous killing fields. We took a tuk tuk on the hour and a half trip out to the killing fields. On the way the driver bought us face masks and after leaving the city centre we were extremely thankful for it. It was such a unique experience being in a tuk tuk and driving through the outskirts of Phnom Penh. The conditions that the people who were living here were absolute poverty. Their was mud and rubbish strewn about all the huts made ...
Pol Pot initiated a communist revolution hunting down and killing every smart and educated person and their families and friends. He also ordered the destruction of all the hospitals, schools and what appears like any modern civilisation. Once captured you were taken to what was once a high school made into a prison of torture. You would be interviewed about your family, friends, who you follow each day and tortured three times a day if you ...
... But once she explains how it could be set up, with a bit of a clean, a white board and maybe some type of awning or shade sail, we could have a space for kids to learn. Once back at the clinic Dr Sopen and Dr Annie check the boys. They are three and seven. Both severely malnourished and its fascinating watching Dr Annie examine them, checking for NAI (non accidental injuries) after a while of talking to mum, its fairly evident there is a drug and alcohol problem and ...
... the beans, they’re special‼ So, if you’re reading this and you drink the coffee, PLEASE STOP‼ Although it wasn’t all animal-love…the bloody rooster outside our hotel was about to get shot and put into a pot…he crowed every morning from about 3:30am until about 8am‼ Even with my ear plugs, his persistent little voice continued to permeate my ear ...
... another night in Phnom Penh.
The next day we got up at a leisurely 11am and headed over to the Laughing Fat Man, a place which did a nice big and rather tasty full English, not quite home but close. After filling ourselves suitably, we headed over to the National Museum which turned out to be a very pretty building but a bit of a rubbish museum, only having 4 rooms ad costing $5 to get in. We had initially planned to go to the palace but it ...