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One of the first things we did in Phnom Penh was to get Pang and his Tuk Tuk (He picked us up from the bus station and took us to our hotel) to take us to the Central Market, drop … Continue reading
About 3 to 4 times a week at around 6pm the night market down on riverside Phnom Penh fires up. We had waited for the night and on Friday 6th June wandered (as Wombats do) off to the market. Not … Continue reading
Psar (Market) Kandal was only a three minute walk from our hotel. We found it had lots of ladies working sewing machines and heaps of beauty salons. So we decided to thief proof my new shorts by putting velcro on … Continue reading
Evening came and time to wander around (as Wombats do) and find a nice place to eat. So first stopping at a street side bar for a Johnny Walker black label for Mrs Wombat and a G & T for … Continue reading
We stayed here for a week whilst in Beijing. It is conveniently located to major attractions at 81 Meishi Street Xicheng District , Qianmen & Temple of Heaven, Beijing, The King’s Joy Hotel provides good cheap accommodation. The rooms are … Continue reading
We stayed at The Parklane Hotel just a $1 Tuk Tuk ride from Pub Street and centre of town. For $26 a night including breakfast it was a great place to stay. Nowadays Siem Reap is known all over the … Continue reading
Arrived Phnom Penh by bus from Vietnam. A Tuk Tuk took us to the Comfort House hotel . The hotel is quiet, large room, air con, TV, fridge and a bathroom large enough to hold a party in. We got … Continue reading