Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a millorar la formació dels joves a Siem Reap i també fa classes d’anglès gratis. El nom del restaurant, Genevieve, era el nom de la seva dona que també era mestra i va morir fa uns anys. Quina història tan bonica. El menjar va ser boníssim i a més vam menjar contents pensant que part del que pagues va per una bona causa. On és Mister Phea? No ens vàrem entendre bé a quina cantonada ens venia ...
... indignantly 'charged' for having less than three empty pages in my passport. This story is all too common amongst travellers entering Cambodia. Unfortunately, it is the people of Cambodia who suffer most when corruption such as this is allowed to continue. Fortunately, one can not judge a country's culture by its officials. We arrived first to the capital of Cambodia, the city of Phenom Penh. We were struck by the elaborate pagodas adorned with gold and the grand ...
... under the trees and played games with them which everyone seemed to genuinely enjoy. Mr. Vannak and Mr. Si Hong planted trees in the yard. When we left the school, we went to the village of the school nurse where her family had prepared a delicious lunch. There were vegetables and noodles and a green sauce with coconut that was utterly delicious. We sat cross-legged on a platform that also served as our table. We were definitely ...
... off the scam only to be punched in the arm by a tiny child. My friend also intervened on the scam and was told to "**** off" by the same child. Nice. One of my friends has embraced a Cambodian hobby. She has started cross stitching. You can buy massive patterns to follow and create intricate designs. I have watched my friend demurely sit and cross stitch with grace and ease. On our last day, we were waiting for the bus I decided to give ...
... br> Wat certainly lives up to its reputation its impressive to say the
least and as its still in use to this day has been kept well
maintained. However, we really loved the beauty of the temples that
had been left to nature, seeing massive trees intertwined with the
temples and if they were to be removed the temple would just crumble.
I wont go into long boring details of the specific temples we saw a
lot. As impressive as it is you certainly end ...