Bun Seda Angkor Villa
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
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Good rooms, honest and helpful staff and best of all - unlimited morning Cofffffeeeeee!!!!!
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... them to play snap! Like all kids, they love winning. In our break today a few of us were given a tour of one of the villages some of these children live. No sewerage, no garbage collection, houses made of tin and only a few water filters that service over 300 people. If these people can't access filtered water they have to drink from the creeks which contain sewerage and this ...
Today we had breakfast then took a walk to the national museum about 20 mins away. It was a nice walk along the river and we saw a different side of town we haven't walked through yet and there were some really grand buildings and lovely looking restaurants. The museum is pretty modern and huge but there were only about 6 other people there at the same time as us. It was pretty ...
The final bus ride of my trip was from Battambang to Siem Reap. It's only 3 hours and it was going to be my shortest bus ride, so I figured it would be uneventful. That's where I was wrong. When I went to check out, the hostel manager told me that the bus had been cancelled because of Khmer New Year and asked if I could get one the next day. I told him I couldn't as I had to be in Siem Reap that day, so he rang someone and then told me he had sorted me a taxi for 9am, and I'd ...
And more volunteers leaving, unfortunately. :( Today was Justin, Candy, and Gillian's last day working at Grace House. We did another circle which (in case I forgot to explain it last time) is where all the staff, volunteers, and students come out to the "parking lot" and get in a circle to say goodbye to the volunteers that are leaving, and hello to ones that have arrived recently. At lunch all the volunteers who were ...
... as well, but on weekends it is even louder. And today, we were part of a celebration, a wedding reception which was held about a 45-minute tuk-tuk ride east of Siem Reap. There were about 13 of us barang, the term for foreigners here in Cambodia. We piled into three tuk-tuks and hit the bumpy, dusty roads out of the city into the ...