Activities

Royal Palace of Phnom Penh


This 400 x 400 meter wide area is home of the present king of Cambodia, his majesty King Norodom Sihamoni. In comparison with the loud streets of Phnom Penh the gardens around the thrown hall and the other buildings are quite and peaceful. You can watch the thrown hall from outside, but the 20 steps …

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mueso EVITA in Buenos Aires, Argentina


All Evita Peron Fans will be delighted in this museum. In 1948 Evita bought this building, which is three storeys high, build in a spanish-french rennaisance style and situated in one of the most upmarket areas of Buenos Aires. It served as a women refuggee under the Evita association. However, the association was dissolved in …

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Leven Rehabilitación – physiotherapy in Salta


For many disabled people unfortunately a regular duty on vacation. In this physiotherapy clinic you are in good hands. There are treatments for neurological diseases, such as muscle weakness, spasticity, paralysis but also respiratory therapy. All therapists seemed to be very professional.

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Killing fields – Cheong EK Genocidal Center


During the Pol Pot regime in Cambodia (1975-79) about 1.7 million people lost their lives (almost a quarter of the population). Pol Pot and his followers wanted to transform the country into a communist peasant state. The “re-education” affected everybody, who did not fit to this system: intellectuals, teachers, artists, scientists, political opponents, but also …

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Khmer opera in the National Museum: Cambodian Living Arts


If you want to learn more about the Cambodian arts and culture, the visit of the National Museum behind the Royal Palace is a must. Also the  great shows of the organization “Cambodian Living Arts” starting on 7 pm on a open-air stage are worth a visit. In addition to dance and musical classical Khmer operas are performed. The …

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Kapalai Dive Resort | scuba diving at Sipadan for disabled people


This hotel demonstrates that you do not need the earth to be happy….it is located on a sand bank on stilts! helpful staff lift you  in and out of the boat to reach the deck. The rooms can be reached barrier free and have a fantastic sunset… The food was a lot and good…..perhaps more like …

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