We 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.
Mausoleum for the victims of Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge regime in the killing fields in Choeung Ek.The 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.
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.
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.