Cambodia in pictures: Phnom Penh

CAMBODIA PHNOM PENH TRAVEL PHOTOS-17monks CAMBODIA PHNOM PENH TRAVEL PHOTOS-22cambodia 4We visited a few temples in some villages across the Mekong river from Phnom Penh. The monks were friendly and although we didn't speak a single word of Khmer they were pretty happy for us to take their portraits and seemed to find it amusing. CAMBODIA market phnom penh-4CAMBODIA Floating village-6Processed with VSCOcam with g2 preset

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Mausoleum for the victims of Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge regime in the killing fields in Choeung Ek.CAMBODIA PHNOM PENH TRAVEL PHOTOS-40CAMBODIA PHNOM PENH TRAVEL PHOTOS-39CAMBODIA PHNOM PENH TRAVEL PHOTOS-37food cambodiaThe most delicious fish congee I've ever had- just around the corner from where we were staying. I'm not sure what the name of this dish is in Khmer- like everything we ordered in our time in Cambodia we just pointed at someone else's dish that we fancied. I doubt I will ever have a more delicious breakfast.

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This lady was walking through the market serenely with some buns balanced on her head- until Phil almost knocked her over by accident. She recovered pretty quickly.

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Sovanna II is a popular Khmer barbeque/grill restaurant, and seems to be always buzzing. Seafood is abundant and reasonably cheap due to Phnom Penh's proximity to the water - this delicious grilled crab cost us roughly $7 AUD. Try the frog legs while you're here! Wash it down with a cold bottle of Ankor (Cambodian) beer.