Walkabout Hotel

Address: Corner of Street 51 and 174 , Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Corner of Street 51 and 174 , Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

Goodbye Vietnam - Hello Cambodia!

A travel blog entry by liz_h24 on Jan 07, 2015

... dozed on and off for most of the way. About 11am we got to the first part of the boarder - as most of our group didn't have visas for Cambodia we each paid the bus boy $30 plus $5 tip for him to go and queue and get all the paperwork done then we just pushed past all the queuing people (so unbritish of us all....) and get stamped out of Vietnam! Then it was back on the bus drive 5 minutes to the Cambodia bit, fill in the form and do the same ...

Cambodia - Pre Vietnam

A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Dec 31, 2014

11 photos

... little more than dust tracks in some areas. Also, there are few by-passes, So what could be a 40km/25miles distance north to south, from one city to another, actually means travelling west, half the width of the country to a by-pass, before coming all the way back again on an adjacent road. This reason had some jurisdiction in the route i took while travelling the country. However, Cambodia is developing very fast so one would think the roads could only ...

Day 7 Killing Fields at Choeung EK and Tuol Sleng

A travel blog entry by cazg on Dec 28, 2014

6 photos

... to not take action against war criminals. No wonder the Cambodians are very sad people, they have no justice. A very sad day in all. Lunch was a little brighter with a training restaurant. Young people are learning all aspects of hospitality with qualified instructors. It was a very nice meal and only a few of the group joined us. Inside there was a shop of handicrafts made by widowed women as a means of keeping them financially able to keep ...

Making our way through Cambodia

A travel blog entry by beckieandella on Dec 05, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... ways with the girls and headed for Battambang. 8 hours later (after an interesting ride on a local bus where the air con stopped working!!) we arrived in the sleepy town. Immediately we loved it's laid back atmosphere and spent the next few days chilling, doing some yoga on the rooftop and exploring the nearby villages by bike. On one of the days we got a tuk tuk to some of Battambang's main attractions. ...

Ghetto babies

A travel blog entry by bernh on Sep 15, 2014

16 photos

I wake this morning from a great sleep feeling rather glad it is a new day. Yesterday was a tough one, for everyone. Downstairs to meet the medical team before we head back to House above water slum, back to the rickety planks above sewerage, to do a nursing clinic. The doctors don't join us for this clinic but if the nurses ever feel anyone needs to see a doctor then they arrange for them to be brought in to our clinic. The stench is particularly bad here today ...