King Grand Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
The drive to Cu Chi was arduous. We had to get up earlier than usual in order to ensure that we get to the airport on time. I slept for most of the way there. The tunnels were certainly not what I expected. I expected a deep, WIDE and maybe air conditioned tube of interconnecting passageways like the caves we explored a few days earlier. It was …
Photo's only so far
... much say this about everywhere we go but 9 days just wasn't enough and the people here are just amazing despite everything their country has suffered. Our first tough decision was deciding where to go. We didn't to spend all or time travelling so we decided to choose two places, we definitely wanted to do Angkor Wat which was the furthest away place from the beaches, so we decided we would cut that part out. While part of me is sad that we don't get to see the idyllic ...
... PNP including the Khmer's unkindness towards cats...
We then have lunch at the River Crown, a restaurant that sits on the Tonle Sap banks, on the third floor from where Christine takes hundreds of pictures!!!
We end our day by a quick swim in the hotel pool and diner at a Vietnamese restaurant (Cri's fish soup was somehow (not) interesting...)!
Another busy day and we go to bed very tired!
... on their faces,
clearly not bothered and not going to do anything about the huge
problem they'd caused me. Luckily my BMW was an enduro and tough
enough to take a lot of abuse. I laid her down on the side and tipped
the entire tank of fuel out all over their forecourt, closing down
their business until they could clear it up. Once filled with petrol
she spluttered back to life and was none the worse for wear. Going
back there would be bad karma.