… is a lovely city. Unlike Siem Reap, a rural village suddenly descended upon by more than a million visitors per year, Phnom Penh has matured at a sustainable rate. We have dinner on a veranda overlooking the Tonle Sap. A ceiling fan swirls gently above us, a warm breeze gracefully brushes our shoulders. Multitudes lounge along the waterfront, sitting and talking, strolling, sipping drinks. My initial impression of a hectic and abrasive city has dissipated. I’m very happy.