Villa Kiara Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... to the locals and playing with the kids. I wanted to take them all home with me they're adorable and just so happy! Lauren got told she looked Cambodian because she was brown and short, and I just got stared at covered in talc not really knowing what was happening. The tuk tuk driver advised us to have a look at a big Buddha face nearby he pointed to the side of a cliff where the head was and then some tiny vertical unsafe steps to reach it. Nothing better ...
... other minibuses to come from the border at which point we'd be put on a bus to Siem Reap. Three hours passed in this place, we played cards, we drank some beer but the apparent laissez faire attitude towards transport in Cambodia led to us never knowing what time we'd actually leave...it was about 4pm, nearly four hours after having arrived. Everyone piled on to their respective minibuses and set off for their varied destinations. The new road to Siem Reap was fairly smooth ...
... 25" class="reference" style="line-height: 1; unicode-bidi: -webkit-isolate; font-size: 11px;">The temple has drawn praise above all for the harmony of its design. According to Maurice Glaize, a mid-20th-century conservator of Angkor, the ...
... off course Pre Rup - mooi uitzicht over de bossen in Angkor. Dit is de tempel van de verandering. Arme mensen kwamen naar hier om rijk te worden en lelijke mensen kwamen naar hier om mooi te worden. - very beautiful view over the forest in Angkor. This is the temple of change. The poor come here to become rich and the ugly come here to become pretty. Middageten / Lunch - gele noedels en amok met kip + gratis dessertje, helaas geen foto... Was te snel op. ...
... in ruins, the jungle having reclaimed it's space with vast trees growing out of the buildings, the roots like fingers clasping the ancient structure beneath. Anthony and I explored it's maze of passageways, with myself pausing to take Tomb Raider style photos and to gaze at the amazing juxtaposition of jungle and temple. A further feature to see here was the reconstruction work that was occurring allowing parts of the temple ...