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We made it to Siem Reap at around 5.30am meaning we'd just missed the sunrise over Angkor Wat - how irritating. As soon as we got off the bus we were greeted by a Mr. Kim who drove us to our hostel for $2 which was fair as it was quite a distance. The hostel was eerily quiet but it was just 6am. We were not able to check in at this time so we just had to leave our bags in the luggage room meaning no shower or anything. Rough. Mr Kim was ready to take us on a temple tour straight ...
... in 2004. The head of government is Hun Sen, who is currently the longest serving non-royal leader in South East Asia and has ruled Cambodia for over 25 years.
Cambodia became a protectorate of France in 1863, and gained independence in 1953. The Vietnam War extended into Cambodia with the US bombing ...
... and its large proportions it would have terrified any one coming to attack this city
You can imagine he elephants walking through the gates back in the 12th Century, now its tuk tuks and motor scooters.
Our First temple to visit was Bayon. This was the state temple of King Jayavarman VII. Here we ...
... students all returned to their classrooms and are given a present. Since it was going to be the last time I was with my class we had arranged to meet in our classroom to say goodbye. It was not easy saying goodbye. After six weeks of time I became very attached to each student. I picked them up a small gift to help them on their way to becoming electricians. My last messages to them was to study ********ly buy good tools and most importantly to ...
...of someone who is very bad at keeping up with their blog! To be fair, with the cold I ended up getting my immune system significantly weakened and I haven't really ever gotten back up to full health, so I've been exhausted a lot at the end of the day. But despite that, I am still loving Cambodia and working at Grace House. On Monday (March 23), I managed to get to work for half of the day but by lunchtime I really ...