Frangipani Villa-60s Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of horrible methods (including women, children and babies) and buried in mass graves. There are 129 mass graves there and they have excavated about 80 of them. There is a giant monument to the victims in the centre and inside are the remains of many of the victims as well as some of the tools and instruments used to murder them. As you walk around the graves that have been excavated, there are pieces of clothing coming up out of the soil, as well as pieces ...
And so today is the day, we are packed up and ready to go! Over the next 4 days we will be cycling 259km, taking one ferry and going over one boarder to reach Ho Chi Min! We cycle off with £310 in the donation fund and many happy memories of the schools we are cycling to help. I have mixed emotions, I ...
... bears, cats and other sleepy motifs on them as per usual. I guess in Australia we tend to whack on tracksuits and go out, but here their casual wear is pyjamas! Awesome!
A lovely feature of Phnom Penh here is the riverfront of the Tonle Sap, which meets the (Tonle) Mekong river. There are restaurants, shops, stores, accommodation etc. facing onto a paved and grassed parkland against the river. It’s lovely and ...
... as we had not booked in advance. The reviews were all over the place so we couldn't pick one. We ended up asking our tuk tuk driver to bring us to one in the busy area that had rooms in our price range. We ened up at 19 Happy Guest House and it was a great find. We got a nice room for $15 a night. It had TV, air con, and a private bath. It was also in a great location. Once we got settled, we went out to explore ...
... to the YWAM base. So they try to direct us to the bus we would be taking to the base but we were given very poor directions because the guys English was lacking a bit. But eventually he ran and brought the bus to is so that we didn't have to find it. We loaded the bus with all of our bags and drove to the base. We got to the station, found our rooms, and settled in. We were so exhausted that we didn't really unpack much, we just went to bed for the ...