The Little Garden
Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
I arrived easily in Phnom Penh and the customs was easy enough, a man took a $2 bribe to grant me a visa and speed me past the queue. Outside I met Roland from Frankfurt looking for a taxi and we decided to share a $9 taxi. “That will be $15” said the taxi driver after we had climbed in! An argument ensued. Despite the fact we were …
Amster79 stayed here on Mar 4, 2013 during their trip titled: Amster79's Great Adventure.
... up, the petrol
was black and filthy showing signs of a total lack of use.
I cleaned and polished and
rebuilt the carb ready to fit in the morning, light was failing, my
patience was failing and I had had enough for one day.
I exercised and went out
for a bottle of wine. Tonight was one of those nights I dreaded and
wine would help to ease the pain.
Saiem was a huge fan of
Jason Statham, convinced we looked exactly the same because I ...
... by Pol Pot. What I didn’t know before was the dope’s agenda was to kill off all the smart people in the country and strip everyone back to poverty. So if you were a teacher, an engineer etc you were dead. If you wore glasses or had soft hands you must be clever so you were gone too. He only allowed dark plain clothes to be worn as bright colours were associated with prosperity. He bombed all the Phnom Penh ...
... an education but to be able to brag about being able to afford
it. They drive their Lexuses but in actuality they're all wrecks from
other countries straightened out in the worst kind of chop-shops.
Sadly, our school is no different from this mentality. They feel a
need to show off to the parents, and as a business, maybe they need
to so. However the children were pushed away and the teachers
themselves were clogging every available room with cardboard, ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet