Grand Diamond City Hotel & Casino

Kbal Spean Village, Poipet, Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Poipet

From Battambang to Svay Sisiphon

A travel blog entry by mrsdee on Feb 04, 2014

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... and napkins. Sam and Dali had arranged it as a surprise with a local tourist office. It was magical! We ate omelette, rice, chips and salad that they had brought all the way from the Lonely Tree Cafe. Beer and coca cola were not forgotten. The others had spicy chicken too. Sitting under trees whose leaves occasionally floated down on us, we watched butterflies - small yellow fritillaries and large black moth like creatures - darting from light to shade. ...

Killer Journey!

A travel blog entry by sarahemma on Jan 07, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... just a muddle of people all bottlenecking to the front. Well at this point Erika wasn't feeling great… and had headed off to the toilet to throw up. Ive not used a single OK toilet in SE Asia at this point and fear for what she's being subjected to. She later informs me she didn't feel good and planned on making herself sick, but one look at the squatting toilet and one inhale through the nose did the job for her! after about 30mins of this 'queue' we get stamped out and told ...

Kampong Chang - seeing the real life

A travel blog entry by dashagirl on Dec 25, 2013

34 photos

... paid for by the church. They go and cut hair for the prisoners every week. After Monkey Mountain we came home (we are staying in a church for $15 a night). We had lunch of soup with cabbage and meatballs, some sweet potatoes, and a side of rice (I still don't eat meat or rice, so Annie has been nice in taking both for me!) Then we had an hour rest before going to the slum. Back in the tuk tuk we went and visited the slum. ...

Leaving Bhutan

A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld on Oct 29, 2013

3 comments, 10 photos

... and more rural Bhutanese are moving into the cities for jobs.

So, our first stop was a boys monastery school. The families choose which sons go into the monastery and they have to stay until the age of 20 until it it their own decision to stay or leave the Monkhood. I got some sweet photos there.

Our next stop was amazing. It was an organization called Renew. It's an acronym for Respect, Educate, Nurture, Empower, Women. The sad truth is, while you think of ...

Krabi to Siem Rep

A travel blog entry by josiejojo on Sep 01, 2013

... then looked my confused face and point in a direction behind her and said "not far". So I walked over, took me 2 minutes!

Once inside I located the ticket booth on the first floor, booth number 28. I asked for a ticket, they had sold out. OH MAN REALLY!!!! My thoughts of an easy crossing had be thwarted. I would now have to do this BY MYSELF! There was a bus at 0600, so I least I could leave straight away.


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