Borann, l'Auberge des Temples
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... border and had read online that you can get a minibus to Siem Reap for $5 but that ended up not being the case and I really just didn't care enough about the five extra dollars.
There's a free shuttle bus from just across the Cambodian border to the bus station. There was a guy who spoke English telling me and several other backpackers what we should do and where to go. I ended up buying a $10 minibus ticket to Siem Reap. ...
... met with a polite smile but nothing came. Pointing at the beers in the fridge etc made no difference. I think what the problem was that the beers were in fact not cold. Having been in the fridge long enough. Anyway slightly fortified by beer and fried chicken wings we set off in an air conditioned, ha ha open truck for the chaos of the border. Leaving Thailand was fine, especially as there was a very short queue for foreigners and then we emerged into a very ...
... I travelled out on a night tour of the street food of Cambodia,
With such an array of flavour and aromas, I had the biggest smile on my face as I walked through the stands and stalls of the tour. I tasted so much food and drink that I struggled to walk home to my hotel. But as I laid down on my comfy bed I didn't regret it at all, I don't think I've ever slept that well in my life.
... right now. We are going to a "circus" tonight. It does not involve animals. It sounds more like a Cirque du Soleil-like show. Then a late group dinner. I will add the photos to this entry later, as I need to get ready (we meet at 7:30). It sounds like it will be a fun evening, and tomorrow we are off to our homestay at Sambor Prei Kuk. We don't leave until 9 am so will be able to sleep in a bit. After today's early start that will be nice. Off to shower ...
... 7 months. We come back immersed with culture and look forward to getting into the swing of "normal life" with this in our back pocket.
Breanne's point of view
There were no issues crossing the Cambodia border. We were dropped off in Kep which is a small town known for its crab with green kampot pepper sauce. We were not aware that there were no atms in Kep so we were forced to head to Kampot since we had no cash. The next day we rented a ...