The Frangipani Green Garden Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and that nearly all its contents, several gallons, had spilled all over the boot. On arriving back at the guest house, everyone set to work trying to clean the car, otherwise by the morning, it would have full of millions of ants. It was a bad end to the day, and I felt sorry for the people who had put so much care and effort into making the natural sugar palm syrup, even though they had been paid for ...
... massage makes him a prime target for the teasing of giggling masseurs. We finished off our day with some tasty dinner and a trip to the night markets - pure tourist money grab, but enjoyable none the less and it was decided that we'd all very much like some of the gorgeous Cambodian art that was on sale for very reasonable prices, but no purchases were made until the next night. Alright final day for this blog and also sadly it was my final day with the stupendous company of Steph and ...
Day 73 We tried to get ourselves organised this morning in anticipation of tomorrow's flight to Malaysia. We checked in online and planned our transport to Siem Reap airport and from Kuala Lumpur airport. We also had a confession to make. Last night, we made some noodles in our orange folding bowl. We put the bowl on a glass table in the room and poured the boiling water over the noodles. Our hearts sank as we heard a short, sharp sound and realised that the gl*************ed. Ben ...
... is the prime example of the classical style of Khmer architecture—the Angkor Wat style—to which it has given its name. By the 12th century Khmer architects had become skilled and confident in the use of sandstone (rather than brick or laterite) as the main building material. Most of the visible areas are of sandstone blocks, while laterite was used for the outer wall and for hidden structural parts. The binding ...
... back to the Claremont Hotel. Susan and I checked out the night market (where I completed my elephant ensemble) and we got a selection of silk scarves and a Tin-Tin t-shirt for a friend). Then we hopped into a remork (the Cambodian equivalent of a tuk tuk) and headed back to our hotel. On the drive today Sowann told me that Angkor Wat gets around 3 million visitors a year, but unfortunately most of the revenue goes to ...