Angkor Wat Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stamp stamp...we are done. So funny!! I thanked the lady afterward and she said it is so stupid, but it works and she never has to go back to fill out different things. Hey whatever works.
On the plane, there was a large group of Korean university students and one of their young men sat next to us. He shared that their group had been in Siem Reap for 10 days helping build a school. He was so polite, well spoken and such a pleasure ...
David... Breakfast then tuk tuk to the first temple. Angkor Wat, circa 1152. The world's largest religious building. "The travellers first glimpse of Angkor Wat is simply staggering and is matched by only a few select spots on earth such as Macchu Picchu or Petra." It took us a long time to walk around. We walked up to the the 3rd tier which gave great views down the western aspect, right down through the gate and causeway ...
... I didn't go to until today as it would have been hard not to keep returning! I've tried to have a bit of a rule of not eating in the same place twice and I've had some outstanding food while I've been here. I mentioned early on I probably should have named this journal about eating!! One last dip in the pool, the bar men up there now know my order and room number to charge it to...... We had our final farewell dinner tonight with our group, Doug, Shelley and So. You'll ...
... England including the fact that our currency is the "quid" which made me laugh. They had an answer for everything and invariably they beat me every time and they'd tell me how they need money to school. The result of which is I've got quite a collection of fridge magnets, so anyone who wants one just let me know. Let's just say when I need to assemble my sales team I'm going to hire a load of Cambodian 6 year olds, they're ...
... around a little bit. After a long walk, trying some local rice desserts on the street and finding a big cricket jumping around under my skirt, we we eventually (just as we were about to give up hope) found chatime, which is an international pearl tea shop. Don't you just love how I have managed to continue to feed my pearl tea addiction throughout this entire trip! Oh yes even in Cambodia I can make it possible and on ...