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Sights Seen

So today we got up early (10am) and had a quick breakfast (2 hours) and took off on the nearest tuk tuk for a quick visit to Toul Sleng Musuem, a high school that was converted into a prison run by the Khmer Rouge. After that we headed to the royal palace for some garden wandering and pagoda viewing and monk stalking. Monks are great!

We have to find a power outlet quicksmart and charge up our electonica - we'll be able to post some more photos after that.

Cheerio,
Bec & Paul
Phnom Penh

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