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Nathan: Cooking class

Sela was a warm, gracious, and knowledgeable teacher who shared his love of Khmer food and the Cambodian people. He led us to buy fresh, local produce from his neighborhood market where everyone greeted us like we were neighbors, too. We then turned baskets of fresh veggies and fish into four unbelievably delicious dishes. Sela showed us the finer points: how to use a mortar and pestle properly, how to season and taste dishes for balance, how to enjoy a true Khmer meal with friends. I can't recommend the class highly enough - it's the perfect way to understand the heart of Khmer food and culture. Enjoy!

Tuesday, 02 January 2018

Great experience with Eco-trails! Tailor-made vacation for whole family in Myanmar. We have seen the country as locals do with help of our friendly guides often outside usual touristic paths. On bike, tuk-tuk, taxi, van, boat even on an ox-cart:) Great memories of people as well as places in our hearts remains even after several months of being back in central Europe.

Thursday, 25 June 2015

The sailing in Myanmar was amazing and I was not expecting much more after that, but incredible things happen and the experience that came after was one of them! Living in small floating huts in the middle of a lake in Khao Sok NP, visiting Monkey temple, riding elefants and taking them bathing in the river, the amazing Angkor Wat and travelling from there on bike across Kambodia, meeting there people that had never seen a white man, shouting "Hello!" at us through all the village, I even can't describe here all the wonderful pictures in my memory as it is impossible! I felt with the guides as with my friends and they showed us so much. Never forget when Sai asked the villagers to play for us this weird musical instrument while sitting at the fire to keep us warm... Thanks to all of you guys!

Wednesday, 28 January 2015
Naomi and Tony, U.K.

Hi Petra, Siem Reap has been amazing. Michael, Yut and Sela have looked after us like we are royalty. Through the sadness of hardship and poverty, Sela has shown us hope - he is a most remarkable person! Obviously the temples were amazing, but the cooking class today was so much fun. Hope you are all well and it's not too cold yet. I'll let you know how we get on in Phnom Penh.

Monday, 24 November 2014
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