Passaggio Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a nice environment. Later we head into town to a bar called Miss Wongs, named after a well known painting by Russian Artist Vladimir Tretchicoff. The cocktails are good, the beer is cold and the Pork Wontons are delicious. For dinner we go to Viva, a Mexican restaurant near but not on Pub Street. We have a nice meal with Sam before he heads to Yolo Bar to join his friends and DJ. We talk a short stroll through the streets and lanes before climbing into a very fancy tuk tuk for the ride ...
... accessible and so full of foreigners, Siem Reap creates a kind of mirror-effect which enables the results of your own good intentions to be reflected back at you before you even do anything. Similar to the situation we experienced in both Mozambique and Malawi, villages here are filled with reminders of those who have come before wanting to "help": signs from donors thanking themselves for the water wells, schools or toilets they built that may or may not still ...
... the warm, turquoise, crystal clear waters. Sounds like paradise? It was, apart from the bungalow smelled like wee, our hammocks were made of something akin to cheese wire and showers were limited to one minute each (one minute? Clearly a man made this rule having never needed to shave his legs)! Not one bit of this stopped us from enjoying every minute of swimming, sunbathing, drinking cocktails and making friends with the huge gecko that also lived in our bungalow ...
Last full day in Siem Reap- let's make it count. This is the first day I'm up in time to take advantage of hotel's stellar breakfast. I start talking with one of the younger waiters and turns out he used to be a tour guide. Now that I've done the big one, my wat-tour is a lot more customizable. He tells me I should see Ta Prohm, Pre Rup, Preah Kahn and one other that escapes my memory at the moment, not Angkor Thom, ...
... of pink sandstone. En route we stopped at a house where they produced palm sugar. We could try the sugar water they collected. And we also saw how they made the sugar sweets. We crossed over the road and saw a display of the owner climbing the tees to collect the juice. They would use two sticks like chopsticks to crush the tree seeds so they would kill the seeds. Then a bamboo pot would catch the sugar gradually from the trees over time. We brought some sweets for our trip to ...