Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... turned. I knew that was unlikely, my ex was still
keen to get married although after that visit, the engagement was
firmly off, off and was never going on again as far as I was
concerned. My decision was made on that score.
My fellow biker decided a
road trip was in order and a few days spent in a truck collecting the
bike sounded just the ticket. We hired a Toyota Hilux, I enjoyed
driving it so much that I would go as far as to say if I ever had
... websites as the 7th biggest
tourist attraction in the country.
Steve had noticed the
price of things rising in the other shops, probably due to stricter
controls on taxation so I took a quick look around. Cheese,
especially was no more expensive, perhaps a little cheaper than
normal so I bought a small block. I was due to cook that evening and
took the opportunity to grab some fresh herbs to add a little
It was ...
... s stairwell to a second floor reception. I wonder what I have gotten us into but it was perfect inside. With only half a day here we negotiated our tuk tuk driver and headed to the tuol sleng genocide museum. I had given Anita some reading before we arrived in Cambodia and Vietnam so she understood the history but we learnt plenty more as we went. The museum was a high school before the KR regime but was turned into ...