Excellent trip. The pace of the tour is not rushed, you get the time to take it all in. From the city of Phnom Penh, to the beautiful countryside, to the seaside (wonderful Kep Crab), and then to end it all in stunning Angkor. Nothing can prepare you for seeing Angkor Wat, it is simply to great to be captured on pictures, so you need to see it to grasp what it really means. And then there are the other temples, all different, all stunning in their own way. My personnal favourite would be The Bayon, with all the buddha faces. There are less pleasant visits during this trip: the Killing Fields, and even more so the Tuol Sleng genocide museum. Unfortunately, also these have to be seen to be believed... Harrowing, shocking, but a must if you want to try to understand Cambodia. I was surprised at the good standards of the accomodation in the countryside, even the 'basic' places were more than comfortable enough for me, also the food was generally excellent. We also had a lovely tour leader, being Cambodian herself, she really helped us to understand Cambodia and its people and culture. Advice if you want to do this tour: bring dollars, and only dollars, Cambodia really has a dollar-driven economy, you don't even need to exchange money.