I loved that
never felt like a tourist city, existing solely for visitors. We just happened to be thrown into the mix. We stayed there 3 nights, and the truth is I could have lingered a little longer. Phnom Penh
On our first day we simply strolled through the city, getting the lay of the land and soaking in the atmosphere. In the early evening, the locals really started to come out. They filled the local square and crowded the riverfront, enjoying the outdoors after a hard days work.
Walking along Sisowath Quay, which is alongside the river, we spotted groups of men playing hacky sack. They were attracting a small audience and it was well deserved. They were truly talented! So we captured some video to share with you.
It’s these small moments that I think will stay with me in the years to come. Moments of daily life that we were just lucky enough to witness and be a part of.