Queen Boutique Hotel
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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 …
... br> of running from one to the other and pausing briefly by her bike,
sniffing the air in case we've brought him treats which we often
have. He's subtle about it but we knew what he was excited about and
it wasn't a belly rub.
We settled down to the
purgatory that is me sitting through an hour of TV while Saiem poured
questions at me about details of the plot. They had managed to create
an entire season about a bunch of people wandering around in the
... well but she had a good
turn of power and there was no knocking from any of the bearings.
Steve phoned and I
couldn't call him back. I managed to get a few seconds before it cut
out. There were often problems with the phone networks, phone-lines,
power and just about everything else. My phone still had good signal
but nothing was getting through He was planning to come over so we
could go and collect the Step that had been crashed.
... abused me for
this horrible act. She's very small and with this amount of blood
loss there's clearly not enough for her brain. I may have to plug up
the leak or otherwise fix her before she drives me mad with the
moaning and I have to repair her with the blunt and of a long stick.
Saiem returned home with
her dinner in a styrofoam box. It smelled bad and it looked vaguely
One of the things you
really have to prepare yourself living ...
... personnel carriers) in the parking lot. Guns line the wall and for a measley $110 dollars I get 20 rounds of an M-16, 25 rounds in an AK47 and 5 shotgun shells. For another $15 we're allowed to take photo's and have 10 coconuts to put holes in. There's a couple in there already, having 50 rounds each with an M-80. You have to lay down for one of these badboys, as they're one of the big chain driven tripod mounted jobbies. **** man I'm almost jealous, especially when they go full ...
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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
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.