New Bequest Angkor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Bequest Angkor Hotel Siem Reap
Surtout bien situé, cet hôtel moderne possède toutes les qualités nécessaire pour un merveilleux séjour à Siem Reap. Une bonne bière froide sur le balcon du 2ième en fin d'après-midi, et la détente est au rendez-vous...
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... as offerings. There was also a group of musicians playing traditional music. In the park next to the temple couples getting married were having wedding photos. Today was a Cambodian national holiday and there was a relaxed festive atmosphere. On a more sombre note we visited a site we passed yesterday where there is a memorial to soldiers who died in the civil war. It had a lot ...
... lots of puddles which were fun to drive through! After the quad bikes, the tuk tuk man drove us to the killing fields, where we got an audio tour. The fields were really sad but interesting - it was basically the biggest mass grave of the victims that Pol Potts worked to death/executed during the genocide. The audio tour was really well done, it had loads of information as well as victim's stories. There was quite a few mass graves that had been found, and lots of bones, ...
So our tuk-tuk driver (think I'm just going to call him Juan, it doesn't really Mata...) managed to oversleep this morning, although it did give us time to make our jam sandwiches for breakfast which was very important to me. We had a very long journey to a temple about 40km east of Siem Reap called Beng Mealea. The efforts of Juan in getting there were very much justified when we arrived, as was the extra 5$ entry fee due to it not counting as ...
... moment, but...slow dancing with Kerry to 'Time Of Your Life', this was the first moment I realised how truly happy I've become here. 3) Khmer New Year...total madness. The best night of my life. 4) Seeing the sunrise at the beautiful Angkor Wat. 5) Seang, the gorgeous 8 year old boy who stole my heart. Every memory with him I will treasure for the rest of my life. And so that's it, the end of an era. This was undoubtedly the greatest experience of my life, I ...
... join him and Fr Jub. Just try and stop us! Fr Panus was pleased to see us and very happy for us to volunteer, teaching English or whatever.
Arun was delightful, cheap but authentic and I got my blessed noodles and vegetables which were absolutely delicious. Back to the hotel to sleep some more, hoping to be fresh enough for a full-on day tomorrow.