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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Khmer meal and enjoyed some banter with owner, Kith, surely the happiest man alive. Unexpectedly, at the end of the meal he offered to take us round the village behind the restaurant. This was a really heart-warming experience. The village was beautiful and surrounded by a sea of the distinctive green of rice plants. The residents were very friendly and appeared to know how to relax as well as work hard. Kith said that this is ...
I feel I owe everyone a blog. We have now finished in Cambodia so I need to write it all down before I forget. After getting a bus from Bangkok to Siem Reap (an interesting experience culminating in multiple queues at border control an a half hearted attempt at a scam to sell us fake visas) we made our way to the hotel with Annemie, Jodie's friend we had previously met in Bali. 3 people and 3 rucksacks in a tuk tuk makes for an interesting ride but the driver ...
... landmines and explain that war always leaves a lasting legacy
- provide education and support for dozens of at-risk youth and landmine affected children
The museum is 25km from the city.
On my penultimate night in Siem Reap, I had a really nice dinner (so I thought) at one of the BBQ grills along the main road with three of my roommates from the hostel. It was a really enjoyable evening with decent food and good company. However, once I was back at the hostel ...
We flew from Laos to Phnom Phen in Cambodia and met up with our local guide. We learnt about the Khmer Rouge and Cambodia’s troubled, recent past and then we visited the ‘Killing Fields’ mass graves. Our guide also took us for a visit to the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum. It was a very interesting and emotional morning. That night we went to ...