Lin Ratanak Angkor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Well our adventure in Cambodia has come to an end. What can I say, Cambodia is a beautiful place with so much to offer. The people are amazing and strong, whilst there is so much poverty, corruption and oppression Khmer people are so humble, they never seem to complain about there lives and are always smiling and laughing. They have been through so …
Well our hotel out did themselves, they put a beautiful dinner for everyone with nice music, lucky draws and games throughout the night and it was free, food and beer. It was definatly an experience I won't for get, normally it is me drinking up a storm but this yer it was Brent. Brent and Jamie were the clowns for the night, Jamie playing the …
... it. We were amazed at the size of Angkor Wat not previously realising quite how large it is. Built during the 12th century it is the largest temple in the world built for the Hindu God Vishnu. It has the longest stretch of bas-relief carvings in the world. If you want to know the rest of it you will have to look it up. The pictures included here do not do it justice.
After the tour of the Wat we sat down at a local outdoor restaurant to consume ...
... We were absolutely soaked when the tuk tuk eventually managed to get us back to the house and for the first time in ages I was freezing cold! The storm was actually really scary and definitely another adventure to add to my collection so far. The bus ride from Siem Reap to Battambang took about 3/4 hours with a 'group wee stop' in a bush and of course a Friday night beer stop to get the journey going properly. There were about 28 people split between two ...
... dollar to make life a little easier.
Tonight we are going to watch Cambodian Apsara dancing – look forward to that….
We have booked a bus tomorrow morning to get from here to Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia – another 5 hour trip! We had hoped to take a boat trip down the Mekong River to Phnom Penh but, as the monsoons have not yet arrived in earnest, the water level is not yet high enough for boat ...