Neak Pean Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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River boat to Siem Reap
On the boat for 7.20pm. We cast off straight away, I think they were waiting for us. Lovely scenic trip through the Prek Toel wetlands. Lots of birds to see including pelicans. At times the lane was so narrow that you had to ensure your arms and legs (for those of us on top) were inside the boat. Arrive at …
... this trip last minute, knowing that if it I didn't make the trip this particular weekend, visiting Cambodia would be out of the question before going home. I planned to go alone but was pleased to find out that another group of friends had booked the same trip with identical dates. The trip began in Siem Reap, home of the Angkor Wat temples which are the main attraction for Cambodia. When traveling here, it is common to hire a tuk tuk (carriage behind a moped) driver ...
... Tonle Sap. The adjacent Mekong River floods the lake annually and residents of the lake must be prepared. We visited a floating village, a village on 20-foot stilts, and a 'flooded forest.' Each kind of village has 50 houses, many shops, a school, and churches and temples. The villages adopted different methods for surviving floods, with one permanently raised high above the land on stilts and the other floating ...
... to has been completely dumbfounded why we can own guns in the States. It's a ************* for me to answer because I personally don't support guns at all given the tragedy that has happened time and time again. I also have no interest in them. However, I do have family that uses guns for hunting. I understand both sides of the argument and it's hard to explain hunting culture in the States when I don't necessarily participate in it. Clearly, talking about politics casually ...
... faces etc. Really upsetting. He kept saying "come over here il show you why you so lucky" meaning so lucky to be born/live in England, and he's right...... So privileged. He also explained Cambodia is the 3rd most corrupt country in the world! Also went to the Killing fields which was again pretty disturbing, wasn't much to look at and do but just about being there and reading the history on the boards about the people behind the Khmer Rouge etc. Cannot believe they were ...