Dara Reang Sey Hotel Siem Reap
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... trip, it is probably worthwhile to point out that this is a restaurant for vultures, not of them. (Quick aside. At one point I asked our bird guide what people in Cambodia thought of snakes, thinking that I would share with him the peculiar aversion that many Americans have to snakes as opposed to say, turtles. Before I had a chance to say anything, he looked at me a little quizzically and said: "Most Cambodians think snakes are tasty.")
... is based with a Medical clinic, training restaurant and Outreach centre in a very very poor area of Siem Reap, Modul 3. All services are provided free as these people have no money and very little education therefore can't afford government education. It is the most humbling experience.
I worked with a group of five students in the morning learning how to say, spell and write ...
... supposed to resemble a mix between women and gods. If you are in Cambodia you shouldn't miss this. There are many different theaters and many different price categories (from roughly $10-$40). The dance itself, although very slow, is very strenuous and requires a lot of body tension which we as spectators of course do not see. Enjoy!
The main thing to do in Siem Reap is to spend 1-2 days going around the outskirts of the area ...
... we saw about 20 big trees haha so we wandered for a bit but he eventually spotted us, drove after us and said 'I told you it was the third big tree' we were like 'theres loads of big trees' and he said 'no theres only three that are in a straight line and I was at the last one' silly us for not understanding haha!! After we'd seen the whole circuit it was midday so he took us back to the hotel and we ate lunch then had a sleep. We went out ...
After Angkor Wat, we managed to muster up enough energy for a quick shower then immediately ran over to the circus. I was so excited to go I just couldn't wait another day! We had NO idea what to expect, I just really love the circus.
We showed up to a classy tent and when we stopped in the dining area by the entrance were greeted with the best service we've had so far in Asia. Quick, friendly, thorough. (If I hear one more person say Americans don't give as good service ...