Peace of Angkor
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... for whatever you give. There is something almost Japanese about it. In Japan they don’t accept tips but have exquisite service: they want you to feel like they have done their very best and it succeeded for you. I felt the same way about Cambodia, if not more so. It is not how we do service in America, sadly.
I walked the ten blocks to L’Annexe from my hotel, declining numerous offers of rides from tuk-tuk and motorbike drivers, and ...
... I can't quite remember the specific names of temples, but that's why I'm glad we'll get the chance to go back and explore some more. I know we saw the temple where parts of Tomb Raider were filmed, and got to see how the jungle trees have taken over the temples. It looks so amazing. Mostly I explored with Katie, when I wasn't wandering around by myself. As a group we never officially had lunch, but thankfully the driver kept restocking our ...
... washing dishes themselves and for cooking, but have fresh water for drinking. They also keep fish pens along the side of the houses, so when the breeding season arrives and they are not allowed to fish they still have a supply. The entire village which covers a large area consists of floating houses, shops a school and pretty much everything they need. In the rainy season when the waters rise all the floating buildings are moved. On the ...