The Privilege Floor
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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... step two and then again 3 officers for step three. No wonder we have to pay 20$ pp for a visa. Here they have it figured out well compares to the neighboring countries. As usual a visa can only be paid in US dollars and off course we didn't bring any. Luckily they previewed people like us and there is 1 ATM with only US dollars, then 2 steps of the immigration procedure, 1 currency exchange office, the last immigration step, 4 mobile-operators shouting ...
... box provided by the hotel and proceeded to order a coffee frappe. Yep, it was warm enough for a frappe. Now it is back into the Tuk Tuks and off to Angkor Thom.
Although Cambodia is a Buddhist country various kings over the centuries have changed the formal beliefs of the country from Hinduism to Buddism and vica versa. These are reflected in some of the temples we have and will be visiting as statues have been changed or just removed. In some cases ...
... so many people were sitting on laps or on the floor. When we stopped at a really nice hotel, which had been awarded with excellence in 2013, we weren't surprised to be told that the bus driver had got the wrong hotel and so we got back Into the bus and found our 2 dollar a night hostel right in the centre of town. A few of us volunteered to take the dorm rooms with a shared bathroom to avoid arguments over the private double bed rooms with ...
... by and want to take all the pictures, say how "beautiful" the village is and then leave without helping out any of the people that live there. Once we were done exploring we picked up a few beers from the floating market and set our boat out to the middle of the lake to drink and watch the sunset. I showed the guys pictures of my travels, and they told me they wish they could have dreams of travelling, but they doubt they will ever leave Cambodia in their lifetime. And ...
... for yourself if you're intrigued by my feelings.
The next day i headed to an Orphanage to learn about the work that they are doing. The children aren't necessarily there because they are orphans, it could be due to their parents not being able to afford to feed, water, cloth them etc, so the orphanage helps in finding the parents jobs while looking after the children. One of the little girls that showed me around was soon moving back to ...