Belmond La Residence D'Angkor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... was reasonably easy to follow. The tuk tuk ride home was a bit more expensive because of the crowds, which turned out to be so bad we had to duck down a lane and a side alley. It was off road tuk tuking at its best. They got us home quite quickly and in one piece. Tuk tuk drivers 1 Crowds 0 It was an early night, because tomorrow is the big one. We go at 5 am and we see the sun rise over Angkor Wat. It is supposed to be the highlight of the trip, so we will see how good it ...
So new hope was very eye-opening. We sat in on an English class for impoverished children and I was amazed how well they picked it up and the attentiveness of them all. After this we had a Cambodian banquet cooked by some of the older kids which was gorgeous: deep fried crickets and sweet ...
... of all of the kids growing up and going to Thailand to find the long lost teachers! Each morning when we get the Tuktuk or cycle, the streets are lined with the kids shouting 'morning teacher' before they then run into class to beat us into the seats. When we leave we get a line of cheers, high fives and a shower of flowers as we drive/ ride home along the dirt road through the village - it is always my favourite part of the day and I am so sad that today will be the ...
... all my questions hahaha! Yet again another day of awesomeness.
Now i haven't gone into much detail about any of the temples because they are soooo hard to describe if you haven't seen them for yourself. The atmosphere and the things you feel whilst there make them even more special and those feelings and emotions just can not be put down into words. I would love to be able to but i am afraid that is something that you are going to have ...
... there was something mystical and special about doing that. And we were lucky - we were only in Siem Reap for two days, the support city beside Angkor, and it was rainy on day one, but mostly clear skies when we went there. And we were able to see the sun slowly rise over this impressive, magical temple.
While Angkor Wat is famous, less well known is that this entire region around Angkor is littered with stone temples built about 700 to ...