day one hundred and twenty-nine: february 5, 2016: a lazy day in phnom penh
We woke up on the later side, had a casual breakfast and then took a tuk tuk to the National Museum. After an hour or so touring the museum and admiring its amazing collection, we walked to Romdeng, a restaurant associated with the well known restaurant Friends. Both restaurants employ and train troubled youths to give them steady jobs and keep them off the streets and out of trouble. The food was probably the best food we had during our time in Cambodia.
day one hundred and twenty-eight: february 4, 2016: a lesson in the cambodian genocide
Today was a sad day learning about what happened in Cambodia not too long ago in the 1970s. It was truly sad to see and hear about what humans are capable of doing to each other. Excuse this post for not having many photos as it didn't seem appropriate to take photos of some of these sites with respect for those who were killed in these heinous acts of genocide.