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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... At any one time whilst gazing at the temple there are at least ten or more of these faces staring right back. Everything here is so ancient and epic. The walls are covered in small carvings that tell stories of when they were built. To walk through the halls and courtyards of the temples is such an extraordinary feeling. We moved on to the elephant and leper king terraces where the used to hold royal parades and ceremonies with chariots and elephants and elephant chariots. Crossing ...
It's a lake but it's a bloody big one! It's the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia. Hired a traditional boat to take us around seeing the floating villages, crocodile farms and mango mangroves. Basically every type of amenity you expect on land was out there as a floating version. From an outside looking in the conditions were pretty ...
... visiting a fundraising event at school last week. The weekend was a mix of usual pub street chaos in the local Cambodian club, a few visits to the cinema, spa, lots of goodbyes as the group shrivelled from 27 to 13, a Sunday lunch and 26mile bike ride. It's amazing how so many of us have clicked, I have made some amazing friends here and can't wait to see them on many more adventures :)! I can't wait to get going on the bike ride, but I just know leaving the ...
... remains one of the worlds poorest countries. Cambodia has had to recover and rebuild their country from one of the worst crimes against humanity--the genocide by the Khmer Rouge regime. The genocide in Cambodia occurred between 1975-79 under the Khmer Rouge rule. At least 1.5 million Cambodians died from execution, forced hardships, or starvation during the Khmer Rouge regime under its leader Pol Pot. The regime was named the Kampuchea Democratic, but their overall ...
... in the world and attracts millions of visitors per year. It is surrounded by a large moat, 50m wide that you have to cross on a Serpent Bridge (the balustrade is all masonry and has serpent heads along it). On our way to the outer wall we could see lots of Bas-reliefs on the walls that were intricately carved. We passed through the main gate and had our first real view of the temple. The grounds are quite large that it resides in and as we walked along the path that led ...