Borann, l'Auberge des Temples
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SIEM REAP - ANGKOR TOUR ITINERARIES
Day 1: 02-12-2009
09:00 am having breakfast in the hotel, visit Angkor Wat (the city which is temple) built by king Suryavarman II (1113-1150 AD). Lunch in front of Angkor Wat.
01:30 pm visit South Gate of Angkor Thom (the great city) under the reign of king Jayavarman VII (1181- …
... moose and a plate with a candle and heart shaped carrot slices on. We were taken back by the thoughtfulness of the staff. We then headed to watch a traditional Cambodian dance on the Main Street. We thoroughly enjoyed this and took the opportunity to get pictures done with the dancers. We then carried on the evening visiting many other bars :)
10/07/14- let's say we woke up feeling slightly delicate but today was the day we visited the temples. Many guidebooks ...
... are flat and rideable. Just bear in mind that even though you are riding a bike, a perfectly good form of transport, people won't believe that you should exert yourself in such a way (especially when it's raining as it did every day ) and offer you a motorised tuk tuk with driver at every turn, even when you use the public bathroom....not....exaggerating.
Please enjoy the array of photos from the Angkor temples and grounds, ...
... culminating in the world's largest religious building Angkor Wat. The temples of Angkor are a source of inspiration and national pride to all Khmers (Camodian people) as they struggle to rebuild their lives after years of terror. However there are rumours that the temples may not belong to Cambodia but have been sold to the Vietnamese. Google tends to suggest that after some debate the temples do still belong to Cambodia but only 28% of ticket sales goes back into ...
... It was sooo nice and great to see how much the locals appreciate the hospital. From here i headed for some food and then carried on exploring. As i was cycling along there were sooo many locals looking, waving and shouting 'HELLLOOOOO!!!" It was amazing and i was able to see so much more than being in a tuk tuk with a roof over my head. I then made my way home and literally walked in the hostel door just as the heavens opened and boy did it rain. Once ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility