Le Tigre de Papier Residence
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We stayed at a hostel in Siem Reap for $5 a night - which was actually much nicer than I would expect for $5. I would compare it to sleeping at summer camp; all six girls shared a room with bunk beds and had our own bathroom (a huge bonus). The window screens had band aids over the holes to keep the bugs out... but I had my 98%25 DEET (which is …
... picture of the local people and their shops their is a young girl on the left talking to the guy in the cap, she is no older than 6yrs old.
She is telling him she can count from 1-10 in Cambodian, Malay, English, French, Italian and Spanish and all of this was so he would buy some post cards... he did thankfully. She must of stood trying to sell to him for 15minutes whilst he walked around. Clever, uneducated kids...mmmhhhh
... which is the heart and soul of Cambodia, the national symbol and epicentre of Khmer civilisation. Angkor Wot was breathtaking in both size and beauty and thanks to a mediocre sunrise that never really materialised we were able to beat the rest of the tourist circus inside the temple and had a good 20 minutes of peace to explore. Our next stop after Angkor Wot were the temples in the walled enclosure of Angkor Thom. The last great Capitol of the Khmer ...
... or houses or other signs of settlement including cooking utensils, weapons, or items of clothing usually found at ancient sites. Instead there is the evidence of the monuments themselves.
... for Cambodia’s current living and economy.
After Angkor Wat we paid a quick visit to Pre Rup, another pretty little temple, en route to Banteay Srei. Banteay Srei is often called the ‘women’s temple’ because the stone carving work is so intricate, more so than any other temple, that it is thought that the delicate hands of a female craftsman would have to have carried out the work. This was Zoe’s favourite temple and we felt like ...