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Bit more pricey than what I'd normally pay but the room was an ok size. Hard bed and pillows but not bad enough to ruin a nights sleep. The rooms can be quite noisy at night with the music from bars and restaurants. Especially if you have an exterior wall but I managed to sleep through it. The rooms are clean and the bathroom is nice with a hot shower. They have a rooftop pool also which is great. Easy to forget you are in the middle of Khoa San
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Die drei Tage in Phnom Penh mache ich nicht viel. Das Aufregendste ist wahrscheinlich, dass ich meinen Flug nach Australien buche, was mich ein bisschen Überwindung kostet. Irgendwie will ich Asien nicht verlassen, aber ich weiss, dass es irgendwann auch mal weiter gehen muss.
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Accommodation $25 Breakfast $1.80 Taxis $11.60 Lunch $16.50 Snacks $7.00 Dinner $8.60 Dessert $4.00 = $74.50
... The staff at reception are really welcoming and courteous, which is lucky for us since we were wanting to get into our room so early! Khaosan Road is amazing. Every few steps you are offered a meal, a bespoke suit, a tattoo, a snack, a trinket or transportation. Those with poor self control must get themselves into some unusual situations here. The sales people are energetic but certainly not aggressive. Local people do seem to be happy here (based on ...
... and something that looked similar to a tram. We passed lots of other things before it got late and we had to go home. Instead of taking the bus we took 2 taxis. The first taxi ride was short because we stopped at a food place, for dinner we had roast chicken and strangely chewy squid. After dinner, we hopped in another taxi which took us straight home. Once we got home, I had a shower and brushed my teeth before going to bed. ...
... here by the sheer number of people inside and their overall professionalism.
I re-emerged onto the orderly chaos that is Bangkok, meandering through another street fair, of clothes this time. (Andrea, I see what you're saying, the style is definitely super-girly. I like it though!) Bangkok as a city is multi-layered; on the bottom, cars/motorcycles/tuk-tuks & markets; in the middle, a giant network of walking paths that connects malls and subway stops; ...