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So really I only had one day here but it was filled with a pretty ugly story about the Pol Pot regime.
We spent the morning at the killing fields and at SS21. It was a sobering experience about a part of recent history that is often forgotten.
After a lunch of lobster and a glass of wine the group headed off to the grand temple. I …
... is. The vast Angkor complex took us a full three days to explore by bike with each ruin being around 3km's apart from the last making for a hot and tiring but extremely satisfying trip. The ruins, with huge trees springing forth from them look like something straight off a film set and indeed both Lara croft tomb raider and temple of doom were partly shot here. Though strangely one of my favourite places in the whole complex was neither Angkor Wat or ...
... here. Our guide walked us through the village to the creek where we boarded a motorboat that sat all six of us.
A young boy rode on the bow of the boat, and the captain motored from the rear as we wound our way down the creek toward the lake. As we reached the lake we were delighted to see a floating village of houseboats – Cambodia’s Venice. These Vietnamese fishermen had figured out a way to own property in Cambodia with no land taxes. We stopped at one of ...
Yes, I (Bruce) duplicated the blog entry for yesterday. It had nothing to do with the 3 frozen Margaritas at US$1.50 each or the 2 beers at US$0.50 each that had been consumed beforehand. I think it was Brett's fault! Anyway the entry has now been corrected.
Off to the airport to find out that, although we had documentation provided by our tour guide confirming our flight, there was no booking for us. After an investigation by Vietnam airlines they found ...
... of Koh Rong, I'm still glad we made the choice we did, as I feel like we got to see a little bit of the real Cambodia instead of just drinking cocktails on a beautiful beach. And we have still got 2 weeks in Bali- so more beach time to come- haha! So after a lovely time in Siem Reap, with lots of pretty streets, shops and amazing restaurants we arrive in Phnom Penh and it is crazy. Traffic everywhere, people balancing hinges on their head, street kids begging ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQueen Boutique Hotel Phnom Penh
The hotel is functional and sits near the central markets. The pool area on top of the hotel is well situated but you have to buy drinks at that bar.
The only issue was the small but consistent smell in the room. The aircon was good and quiet. It was about $40 a night
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