Majestic Angkor Hotel
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Okay so now I'm injured (blog on the accident one day soon) and can't actually move for a short time (hopefully) I have lots of time to update my blog! You lucky people. Unfortunately the last time I updated it was a good 5 weeks ago so it may be lacking some details unless I can actually get up to what I've been up to Vietnam...
So I arrived in Siem Reap in Cambodia. At this point the whole "travelling alone" thing was still a little ...
... never moved their legs! So please think about this before you give/do something with baggers. http://www.hoaxorfact.com/Social-Awaren ess/begging-gangs-hire-babies-and-drug- them-to-sleep-facts-analysis.html Same with buying little things from kids on the streets and at temples etc. These kids have to go to school, school is free in Cambodia and for sure some other countries. If we tourist keep on supporting these kids they will never learn and go to school ! And parents ...
... walking round them- they were very unlike any other temples I have ever seen- and trust me after being in Asia for two and a half months I have seen a lot! After an exhausting morning walking around in the sweltering heat we all got back and chilled around the pool and rooms. We then headed to the rooftop bar/restaurant in the hostel for dinner, ...
... br> Wat certainly lives up to its reputation its impressive to say the
least and as its still in use to this day has been kept well
maintained. However, we really loved the beauty of the temples that
had been left to nature, seeing massive trees intertwined with the
temples and if they were to be removed the temple would just crumble.
I wont go into long boring details of the specific temples we saw a
lot. As impressive as it is you certainly end ...
... of tourists and managed to keep us ahead of the game. We are very thankful.
The park is bigger than you would expect. Although Angkor Wat itself is right at the entrance, some of the temples are as far as an hour and a half away via tuk tuk. If we tried to impart important historical information about the temples we saw and the park in general we would just be copying from wikipedia. If interested, check the UNESCO World Heratige Site for more ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMajestic Angkor Hotel Siem Reap
The hotel was nice but I am not satisfied with their service same thing with the security.
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