Category Archives: Cambodia

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Happy New Year and 2011 summary

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(written by both of us) Happy New Year to all from the south of France. We are settling into the apartment here in Nice and begin our French classes tomorrow. The weather has been great – cool for our SE … Continue reading

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Back on the road – Siem Reap to Si Sophon

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(written by Nancy) Oh, a lovely last night in our swanky hotel but back to reality today. We were up early to have breakfast at the hotel (included with our room) and hit the road, as we knew we had … Continue reading

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Last day in Siem Reap – Wat Bo

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(written by Dave) Today is our last day in Siem Reap.  As our Angkor Wat passes had expired, we decided that we would visit a local wat here in town.  Wat Bo is almost as old as the temples of Angkor … Continue reading

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One more wat day in Siem Reap

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(written by Dave) Today we used the last of our three-day pass for Angkor Wat and other temples. You really do need all three days and we could have used more. There is no way to see everything and trying … Continue reading

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Wow – Angkor Wat and Thom

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(written by Dave) We were all up on time (too early by unanimous agreement), meeting our guide and tuk-tuk driver at 5AM in front of the hotel.  Except for the yellow glow of other tuk-tuks it was completely dark riding out to … Continue reading

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Cocooned in Siem Reap

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(written by Nancy) We had an easy day today, taking a break from wat touring to explore a bit around Siem Reap. Our first stop was the Artisans d’Angkor, a school that teaches wood and stone carving, lacquer painting and other … Continue reading

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Wat day one from Siem Reap

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(written by Dave) Today was our first day exploring the famous temples of Angkor. There are tens, if not hundreds of wats over 600+ acres. They say seeing all of them would take more than a month, if you take … Continue reading