Secrets of Elephants Inn

Address: Airport Highway No.6, Siem Reap, Cambodia | Inn
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This inn, located on Airport Highway No.6, Siem Reap, is near Psar Chaa - Old Market.
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    Travel to Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by jacob.marsh3 on Apr 04, 2015

    2 photos

    ... move to deeper areas of water in the dry season because where they were anchored in the wet season becomes a dry field. When they all move out to deep water they anchor their houses together into what almost looks like a neighbourhood, except on a huge lake. Our guide told us that nearly 30,000 local people live like this! They have schools and churches and communal areas and view points and stores, all out floating in the ...

    Sousdey chhnam Khmer!!

    A travel blog entry by nanders on Apr 03, 2015

    45 photos

    ... Overall it was just such an incredibly fun day, and a really great note to leave Grace House on. I even got the chance to show off how well I remember the Macarena (who'da thunk it). For the evening, the plan was for all the staff and volunteers to meet at Angkor Wat for a night-time picnic. Since work was done at around 3:30, we decided 5:30, right in front of Angkor Wat, would be the best time and place to meet and then we could find a proper picnicking spot after that. ...

    Floating villages!!

    A travel blog entry by diberry on Mar 18, 2015

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... even older!!!) there was much grunting and groaning both getting down and getting back up again!! It was quite funny afterwards as Nom was telling us how Buddhist monks have to renounce all worldly possessions but we'd clearly seen one of the monks using his mobile phone!! There were fluorescent rings of lights behind the Buddha's head and, weirdly, a digital clock display in the ...

    Accidental day off...

    A travel blog entry by nanders on Mar 16, 2015

    49 photos

    ... more colourful and detailed than the other temples we had seen so far, but also much smaller. I enjoyed the nature walk you could opt to go on after the temple (it was that or a botanical garden, based on what the signs said, anyway). We stopped for lunch at a restaurant at the end of the walk, which was pretty OK for temple restaurant food. It was an insanely hot day, however, and I was already starting to feel the exhaustion :(. Shortly ...

    More amazing temples

    A travel blog entry by kimdibb on Mar 02, 2015

    2 comments, 53 photos

    ... haven't tried them, though!). The main grocery store we go to, Angkor Market, carries all kinds of products that are clearly there to cater to what seems to be a large ex-pat community here, for example Vegemite for the Australians. We had a thunderstorm last night, so our ride to work this morning was challenging as we tried to ride around large puddles and the slippery, red mud. I worked on my payroll ...