A long (and pregnant) weekend in Phnom Penh

With only Logan in tow, we were brave and made three international trips in one year. Phnom Penh was the final international trip we took before Katelyn was born.  It was a three-day weekend getaway during which we did lots of walking, sight seeing, and shopping.  The National Museum of Cambodia and Royal Palace are must-sees.  We stayed at the Amanjaya Hotel — which is beautiful and very centrally located.  The only downside was that the hotel’s baby crib was not ideal, so if you choose the Amanjaya, definitely plan to bring along your own pack n’ play — unless, of course, you’re okay with baby sleeping in the bed with you.  Also, don’t skimp on the cool clothing, sunscreen, and a sun hat for baby- Phnom Penh is warm!  A sturdy baby-carrying backpack is also a good thing.

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Logan is all smiles as we depart Bangkok for Phnom Penh

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Our hotel was in walking distance to so many awesome sites

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Walking the promenade

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Monkey around the hotel and taking a brief respite from the heat

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At the National Museum of Cambodia. Stunning. Definitely worth a visit.

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Admiring things at the National Museum

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Shopping! Logan was a little unsure about his new friends, but they really liked him!

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Rooftop dining along the promenade with one happy lil’ fellow!

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