Green Village Angkor
Travel Blogs from Siem Reap
Aixo ja ha comencat de veritat. Ja soc a cambodja. Hem volat desde Singapur fins a Phnom Penh aquesta matinada. L'ultim dia a Singapur va ser una mica frenetic, amb moltes activitats.
Al arribar a PP, no duia les fotos necesaries per fer-me el visat. El senyor policia m'ha convidat amablement a fer una donacio a canvi de la …
Oh Angkor Wat. So much has been written about this I don't really see the point in adding to the volume.
I arrived after my night bus trip which involved driving all the way back to Phnom Penh...when I opened my eyes around 1am and things looked familiar I was a little surprised. And I was generally peeved that I had back tracked the …
Up early again....Both Lee and Kim had a little tummy troubles last night (snake and croc meat...it'll do it every time!) Laurel thought it'd be fun to tour the temples by bicycle today. For $2 each we hopped on some old upright seater bikes and hit the road. It was about 4-5 mile to entrance to the temples but it was still cool enough in the AM …
So we got up early. Our guy at the hotel arranged a tuk-tuk ride through the temples of Angkor for the day ($23...all day) who turned out to have probably the slowest tuktuk in all of Cambodia...we got passed up by bicycles at on point....anyhow, he was a nice guy and took us all over the ruins area which stretches out for miles. Got to the entry …
Hey friends.... so we made it to Cambodia yesterday via Laos Airlines (nice, no really) and landed in Siem Reap...we've been falling behind on keeping the blog up since Laos was a bit sketchy on internet availability and electricity for that matter! More on our time so far in Cambodia and everything else once we get some time to sit down and type …
How has this lodge rated in the past?
We had 2 king size beds with hand carved wood headboards, hand carved doors and wardrobes. A grand spiral stair case leading down to the main floor .. . .almost made you feel like you were in the movies. A swimming pool and breakfast for 2 included for $14 US dollars a day . . . .
On the amusing side was there were always frogs in the upstairs hallways in the morning (WHERE did they come from???) and pools with crocodiles on both sides of the property you could see from the balcony.
The staff were friendly and spoke English.
Just a few minutes walk from the tourist area of town.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.