Monday, 15 July 2013

Phnom Penh

Cambodia is what we guess the rest of Southeast Asia would have been like 20 years ago, without street lighting, skyscrapers or giant shopping malls on every corner. We got caught in a torrential downpour and sheltered near Wat Phnom watching two little boys dancing in the rain for hours, rode around in Cambodian tuk tuks (which are like a wagon attached to a motorbike), visited the Genocide Museum (we'll put that up in the next post) and did some more highly important burger research in this lovely, slower paced capital city. 






^ Phnom Penh's entry to the GBL


^ Cambodia takes a tough stance on insanity

1 comment:

  1. It seems to me, that if you did not shoot the photo with tuk-tuk, you did not visit the Asian country, lol. Me too, have a photo inside this nice vehicle. But, I prefer more, to travel by my own routes, for that I rent a scooter here http://catmotors.net/lease-terms/. By the way, it was not bad service for it. I have my own adventure in Chiang Mai. It was pretty good there.

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