Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa
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... attached to the back of a motorbike, making the experience feel more majestic than the bumpy journey through other towns and cities. Our guesthouse was lovely: super clean comfy rooms and ran by a family spanning three generations. We were just 5 minutes walk away from the hustle and bustle of the main city, which we spent the first couple of days poking around. We were struck by the sheer number of restaurants and bars all there to accommodate ...
At 4:45 pm I was picked up for my 4th guided streetfood tour on this trip around the world (hopefully many more to come!). This tour was different from the ones in Vietnam, but still very interesting even though it was a bit more about tasting specific ingredients or food components than entire meals. The group was small. A young Australian couple and me. The guide spoke very good English. For family reasons, he has no high school diploma forbidding his to ...
... say we've watched too many films lately it's partly because there's not loads to do in Cambodia, partly because we can smoke weed pretty carefree in Cambodia and partly because the new avengers film was playing in English. It was pretty sick and then we went back to our guesthouse and smoked some more. I'm glad the smoking is going to stop soon though as its stopping us doing other ...
... We took our time enjoying the experience here - it was really unlike anything I'd ever seen before.
Throughout the day we realised that many of the temples had great views for those that didn't mind putting in the extra effort required to climb over some rubble or ascend steep staircases. Wherever we could we tried to get the most from our visits, even though this meant very sore and dirty feet by the end of the day. We had hoped to stay for the sunset but shortly ...
Hier, quand je suis entré dans Phnom Penh, j'ai eu l'impression d'entrer dans une petite ville en construction. Mais plus on avançait vers le centre ville, plus je voyais la capitale se déployer avec ses monuments, ses boulevards, ses édifices en hauteur. Finalement j'ai compris que PhnomPenh n'a pas fini de se recoonstruire. Le Cambodge est un pays d'un peu plus de 14,700,000 habitants pour une superficie d'un peu plus que deux fois le Nouveau-Brunswick. ...