Golden Orange Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... one the temple gates - truly stunning. Neak Pean which comes with quite a reputation didn't quite have the same wow-factor as the others. It's main feature is a moat that would engulf all but a small central island. Unfortunately there was very little water, but I imagine it would have looked equally stunning in a couple of months or so. Baksei Chamkrong was a small temple, perhaps unknown to a lot of people who visit according to our tour ...
... 11 years old. We made sure he was in school and wasn't just working. He told us that he was on a school break. You can tell he was telling the truth because of his mannerisms and how he respects his elders and was overall raised well. He walked around handing out waters and giving people back massages. I gave him a few bucks for the massage. I saw him interact with Rae and he pointed out that he liked the temporary tattoo that she had. She formed a bond with him that he ...
Alarm at 4.40am to be ready and put at 5am. This morning we would be watching the sunrise over Angkor Wat. We were a bit hesitant after yesterday's dis-appointing sunset. But we would needn't have worried. We arrived at Angkor Wat stil in the dark. We had been told to bring a torch. Luckily I had packed my head torch. The walk required us to cross over the moat and it had not been unheard of for tourists to fall in. We wandered through the main gate and headed over to the right ...
... they lived in tiny, one roomed, tin or bamboo shacks floating on drums or bamboo. They fish for a living in the deeper part of the lake, everything is done on the water. It is cheaper to live on the water, than on land. No taxes.
As part of the tour we were asked to support one of the local schools, so we paid them a visit, which was very enjoyable. I gave some of the children my camera, and they took a couple of pictures of ...