- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... treated us to a mid afternoon snack where we munched on both 6 and 8 legged creatures. When in Rome, right? Just as I was about to take my first bite, a girl held up a live tarantula next to my face. I dropped my spider and jumped about 3 feet straight up into the air. After regaining my composure, I got another one and snapped off a furry leg and began chewing. To my surprise it wasn't half bad, but I think I'll stick to popcorn as my choice of snack. The same girl ...
Tonight I sleep at Elen Guesthouse. It is rather a lovely place to stay in the midst of a Khmer neighborhood near Olympic Stadium. Today - quite a day. I never expected to spend my country's birthday moving from the place I've called home for the past eight months. For the first part of the day, there was not much to do. The apartment was clean, my bags were packed. Sruch called at noon to verify the pick-up time. He picked me up at 1:00 and from then until 7:00 it ...
Our first stop in Cambodia was Phnom Penh- the capital city of Cambodia- were we spent one day traveling to the killing fields and S-21 (a former school turned into a torture unit during the genocide). I feel another history lesson coming on! Accept this one is slightly more graphic and a lot more harrowing due to the genocide that went on. We also had the chance to shoot an AK-47 and an M16 at a local shooting range. So more history- Basically during 1975 ...
... We took some pictures of the signs. We got food and drinks at a small restaurant and then headed back to our room for the night.
The next day we booked a tuk tuk to take us to the killing fields and the tuol sleng prison. These sites tell the story of the horrors during the Khmer Rouge reign under Pol Pot. The prison was a converted school and the fields were an old Chineese cemetery. It is amazing ...
... was well laid out and you could really feel and understand what had gone on. We followed that with an adventurous tuk-tuk ride through side streets before arriving at Choeung Ek, the killing fields themselves. Armed with a very informative and interesting audio guide we silently took in the further tragedy that had happened there. It was all very powerful and it gave some further understanding to the current state of ...