Voi Meas Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... thing we do in Phnom Penh is find food of course - Ka goes wild when she sees her beloved dragon fruit. Kr is excited about the prices of the fruits that cost at least 10 times as much back home. D finds an opportunity to laugh at Kr's painful injury - not the first time, not the last. DKK look like the KKK when they put on their ponchos to protect themselves (or rather their electronic devices) from the daily downpour. Shabbes is a most welcome escape from the exhausting ...
Today I went shopping with some of the Chinese teachers from my school. There were six of us. Tomorrow Stella and Wang Fei go to China - Stella to stay and Wang Fei to return in August. Stella wanted to show me the place where she likes to shop for clothes - a discount shop near Toul Kork campus. We met at Toul Kork and watched a basketball game between ALIS and a Chinese school. ALIS eventually ...
... 8217;s. Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge’s tenure was relatively short compared to other violent dictators, ethnic and intellectual cleansing, labour and “reeducation” camps - the genocide was one of the most brutal. Yet Cambodians are a smiling people with an appetite for life and a great laugh. The following day a minivan took us eastwards, past Tonle Sap (massive lake), to Siem Reap. ...
... 27m (crazy i know), but it was nice as it had a lovely temple at the top. I then meandered over to Central Market where i lost a few hours wandering around all the different sections and buying lots of lovely things. By now i am super hungry and feeling tired so i headed over to Friends International which is a restaurant set up to help former street youth. they teach them a variety of different hospitality skills so that they are able to set up ...
We woke up full of anticipation for the day to come. We were all full of mixed emotions as everyone was really happy to go home but sad to leave. After the beautiful breakfast everyone went back to their rooms and got ready to do the last minute shopping at the Russian Markets. When we arrived at the markets we had an hour and a half to shop! It was great to do the last minute shopping and get presents for people we remembered were our friends! Once ...