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... have suffered and at the same time inspiring as they continue to seek better lives and more hopeful futures.
We finished our evening with an Apsara performance, a classical Khmer dance.
Tomorrow... I leave Siem Reap and fly to Phnom Penh where I will be staying for a couple of days. Looking forward to exploring more of this beautiful country!
... places we'd been to. The temple is impressive although personally spelling we'd seen better (especially in Indonesia) and felt that the entrance fee was overpriced, at 20$. Nevertheless it was interesting and we had some fun exploring the other 2 temples, one of which had a massive tree growing out of it. After we returned back to the hotel we decided to explore the place during the daylight and promptly found ourselves around 1km from our hotel. ...
We've been quite the productive team since we wrote last. Our last entry was from Ho Chi Minh City, and we’re now in Siem Reap, Cambodia. How we arrived here involves many good stories, a lot of good food, and an appearance of Orla’s parents to spice things up.
It was a 6 hour bus ride to get to Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. There were the usual border crossings and visa checks, and 15 casinos within 1 minute of the border, but ...
... tourist trap so we told him we will wait for him at the tuk-tuk. He was embarrassed and was very quiet when he returned from his lunch. Will asked again how much he pays for his meal there and he couldn't BS us. He said $3 including drink. Who knows if that's actually true, they probably get it on the house for bringing tourists in. While we were sitting out front waiting for him we saw quite a few tourists being dropped off and the drivers heading to the back with smiles ...
... People contribute charity to the less fortunate by helping the poor, servants, homeless, and low-income families. Families attend a dedication ceremony to their ancestors at monasteries.Vara Loeng Sak (ថ្ងៃឡ 078;ងស័ក)
T'ngai Loeng Sak in Khmer mean is the name of the third day of the new year celebration. Buddhists wash the Buddha statues ...