Passaggio Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... much others knew. He was nicely opinionated and talked at how unhappy he is with the government currently, but he seemed consigned to not being able to do anything about it. Although I'm not sure, got the impression it would be unlikely to openly hear some of the things he said from other Cambodians. We had the afternoon for some Skype-ing for Father's Day (a late Happy Father's Day message again here!) and have been researching some more flights and ...
... my name and I get my visa and head through the rest of customs quickly because I have no luggage. Getting to the city is easy enough. The cab driver is nice but tries to sell me on a tour (like every other taxi/tuk tuk driver I take on this trip) but it's nowhere near as aggressive as bangkok. I get to the hotel and am instantly impressed. It's at the end of a dirt lane (they were doing construction and was nearly paved by the time I left) but is ...
... used in one of the films and it's stunning. It's co ole tell different to Angkor Wat as major parts have collapsed and are in ruins, but what makes it unique is the trees. Because it was built in the jungle, over the years a number of trees have grown around the ruins giving it a completely different appearance. It was probably the busiest of the temples we visited given its fairly recent found fame, but it was possible to get lost in the maze type ruins. Ta Keo temple ...
... Zagat’s might. But with no better way to choose, I decided to try the top four places on the TripAdvisor site here in Siem Reap. And, well, wow.
I have to start by saying Cambodia remains a poor country, but my God they try *************e wants to make sure that he or she is doing the right thing for you, and everyone bends over backwards to assure that you are satisfied with his or her work. It is not just about the tips, although they are ...
... but at this point carried on to Angkor Thom. This was probably my favorite temple (the temple itself is known as Bayon). It was a little more architecturally interesting and more of an adventure to walk around and explore. We also saw a bunch of elephants outside, but they were trained to do walking tours of Bayon. So while I love elephants, and loved seeing some real ones, it made me sad knowing they probably aren't treated very well. From here ...