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Travel Blogs from Siem Reap
... ens porta a buscar el vestit de l’Ariana. Moníssim. Li han fet una mica més gran, tal com havíem quedat, així li anirà bé quan creixi. De veritat que li ha quedat macu. I tan ràpid. Avui és un gran dia per en John: Finalment ha decidit canviar-se la motxilla que es va comprar fa anys i que ens ha acompanyat durant tot el viatge, carregant un pes enorme. Em sembla que se li ha fet un nus al coll quan ...
... as local employment opportunities. The work they do is fantastic and they have given the locals clean water filters, taught them how to tidy ruh and recyced built them a local school out of plastic vottles filled with rubbish where they learn english for free. It was easy to see what a huge difference they had made to tge community.
First we visited a local family with 12 children who were all staying in one ...
... out of the
van’s cramped quarters. Lori later admitted that she was secretly relieved that
I had put my foot down. To the protests of the transport company employees, who
were completely perplexed that we would back out of the trip, we grabbed our
luggage and made for the street to look for a moto back to the hotel. Our
request for a refund was denied.
That experience led directly to our latest form ...
... room waiting for sunset. Yep, after the last place in Thailand not having AC, it was necessary to splurge. It was that miserably hot and humid during the day. My friend was a little concerned that I would be too bored re-seeing Angkor, but if the biggest problem I have is visiting Angkor twice in my life, I think things are going ok. My favorite line from this portion of the trip was when my friend, who is a major nature and animal lover (marine biology ...
... rhythm of the land, life here and it's people. Diving should be pretty good from what I saw while snorkeling.
This has been heavily edited as the keyboard he typed on was sticky and the words were 400 letters long, quite a challenge to decipher!
By the way, Sam is my nephews friend in Siem Reap. Kampot is known for it's Pepper, so I'm really looking forward to some exotic pepper!