The Frangipani Villa - 90s Hotel
Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
It's change room time this morning, we phone reception and someone comes to helps us go down two floors to the first floor. The room is identical but the view is not quite as good although those around the pool would have a good view of us so we now need to be careful how we walk around our room!! Vicky & David are packed & ready to go so …
After sharing the plane with 20 odd Abbotsleigh girls and 5 hours lay over in Kuala Lumpur we have arrived in Phnom Penh. The traffic is as bad as Bali. After settling in we caught up with the Carr's & Shaw's then had lunch at Friends Creative Tapas training restaurant. Visited the Russian Markets where we had wait for the Carr's. Off to the …
I arrived yesterday afternoon and met Robert, a Peace Corp Volunteer who teaches 10th grade in Battenbang. Robert had recently sent an inquiry to OLPC asking how one start's a new XO laptop project. Since I was going to be in the neighborhood anyway, we arranged to meet. From Robert I learned that in Cambodia there are primary schools in most …
Came to Cambodia on a whim (and a great promo fare). Spent the morning exploring the central market. An interesting piece of architecture with four arms meeting in a central dome. It also has the very unusual feature of disorienting the shopper upon entry. I spent an hour wandering around the market, never quite sure where I was …
Everyone did their own thing on the second day. Linda went to more temples. the sacred sword was a temple of 1500 metres long 1400 metres wide that had four main corridors leading to the center. Again very ornate with carvings everywhere. The central chamber has multiple small holes in the wall that allowed light entry. It was significant that one …
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Bit tired and no hot water.
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