Pacific Hotel & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPacific Hotel & Spa Siem Reap
Great rooms, great staff, great pool, great food (esp breakfast)
Avoid the massages though, not quite qualified young ladies at over qualified prices.
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We were assigned front row seats on the right side of the bus, so got a terrific view of the roads to Siem Reap. This is one flat country. Debbie and I each spotted a hill in the distance, but otherwise a flat, dry landscape. Rice paddies were a golden stubble between parched irrigation ditches. Houses here are generally six to ten feet in the air …
... We started off through some back streets in Siem Reap and headed off onto some dirt tracks going faster and faster. Thankfully it was Dani, Scott and myself leading the group and we were all up for giving it some beans as we were going round corners, all of us kicked out the back end and sliding around. We blasted it across fields with slick layers of mud and through massive puddles of water we bounced down Cambodian back streets and ...
... day and I have already had a bombard of drawing and flowers from the ever grateful students, it is fun Friday so the second half of each lesson has been a sports day! We have done wheelbarrow races, limbo, relay races, dodge ball and skittles with empty water bottles. I bought some balls and a skipping rope for the school - such a small and cheap gift goes a long way here the kids appreciate everything - there are no playstations, TVs and iPhones just buckets imagination ...
... in Cambodia). We then trekked up hill for about half an hour, which was a near death experience in this weather !!! We visited a temple at the top of the hill,which is surrounded by big golden Buddha statues and beautiful paintings. We also saw some monks just chilling in their homes and hammocks outside, which was really cool. We then went down to the killing cave, which was used to throw victims down from the top whilst they were blindfolded in times of ...
After a disastrous hotel bus experience which included 7 breakdowns, lack of regular air con and tiny cubby holes to lie in - I finally arrived three hours late to my placement in a Tuktuk which I hailed after breakdown number 7! The house is traditional Cambodian living and very charming- I am sharing a 15 person room where we all have a mattress, fan and mossi net - it is basic but it is all we need, and it is comfortable. The other volunteers are lovely and are a mixture ...