King Grand Boutique Hotel
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... road. We saw many local people in the river swimming or collecting lotus flower stems to sell at the market. When we returned home many of the children had come home from school for lunch. We ate our lunch and then had some free time to socialise and get to know some of the orphans. Some of us played sport with them whilst others chatted on swings or in the shade. Around 2pm everyone gathered in the recreation area where the boys put together a stage for our concert. ...
... sprinkle before I got to the apartment and by the time I unlocked my door, the deluge had begun. Since this is the beginning of the wet season, I don't yet know if there is any sort of pattern to the rainy weather. It has so far only rained in the late afternoon and in the evening. Of course that can change. Night time raining is nice because it cools off the morning. Everything I've read or heard says April is the worst month of the year. Not my experience so ...
... br> room to check mail. Nothing particularly interesting except on a
forum where someone had posted a lead on a place doing
powder-coating. Powder-coating is a treatment for metal which is
superior to paint, at least superior to any paint I'd find in
Cambodia. I called the number and the guy gave me some rough prices.
We were looking around $40 for a frame although the guy wanted to
check the frame first to be sure. For that price, it was a bargain,
... people is ‘extreme resilience’.
In Phnom Penh we visited the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, a former high school that the Khmer Rouge turned into a prison. It has been mostly preserved as it was found after the Khmer Rouge fled Cambodia in 1979. We saw the tiny, windowless cells where political prisoners were held in-between torture and interrogation sessions. We saw the classrooms modified into holding cells where ...