Historic and Resilient Phnom Penh – Cambodia

2011 – The local food appeared pretty exotic to our western eye. We saw what appeared to be whole baby pigs on the grill. Later we realized it was actually a rat or dog, This variety of food is normal for locals but a bit of challenge for us. So we didn’t eat a rat or dog …humm at least we don’t think we did !!

We can say we ate on the Titanic and survived.

Can’t recall the name of our Hotel. It was an unusual modern hotel and totally different than the outside surroundings.

Russian Market – Surprised to see how large this market is. From knockoffs to genuine silk. It’s all here.

3 Comments

  1. If it was not for Angkor, I would not have kept a very good memory of Cambodia, it is however interesting to spend a few days in Phnom Penh out of curiosity. Thanks for making me remember these moments.

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