HanumanAlaya Boutique Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHanumanAlaya Boutique Residence Siem Reap
We had two connecting double-rooms for a family (5 of us) and the guest house provided a roll-away bed for the 3rd child. The Ganesha pool is small but perfect to escape the heat of Siem Reap, and to freshen up after visiting the temples. The staff were fabulous- always really helpful and welcoming, remembering our names each time we came in and out. The food is really good and only a $ or so above the local places in town, and breakfast (included in the room price) is really good. The hotel decor is really nice, all dark wood and a lot of beautiful sculptures and interior dressing with an open-plan aspect to the public areas. A tuk-tuk from the hotel into town is only $3, and a great experience. The guest house is down an un-made, un-lit dirt road which we really liked because it was quiet and not on the main strip. However, there is quite a bit of building going on which means we think the area will change a bit in the next year or two, however, at present a fabulous place to stay - we loved it
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... glossary of helpful words in Khmer, of which I have tried to write phonetic equivalents. She got the restaurateur's daughter to come so that I could practise on her!
Ratana will take us shopping tomorrow. We still need to buy a hammock for baby B and more syringes to give the children medication. I want more trousers - no, I'm not going to tell you what happened to both of the last pairs - for the home and I need flip-flops for the wet room otherwise I am ...
... the moat that surrounds the temple. Alan and Bridgette had arranged for one the the local food vendors to supply the food. We mostly had meat dishes served, chicken, quail, rice and mango salad that sufficed for Kim, Natalie and myself. There was also plenty of Angkor beer floating around. Kompheak gave us a ride out in his Tuk Tuk. When the picnic ended we met up with Alan, Bridgette, Rob and Tina at Miss Wongs bar downtown for a final goodbye ...
... stay too late as we arranged to spend Sat visiting the temples again. This was our last chance to use our passes. Sat. Morning came early again when Kompare picked us up at 8 am. We first headed to the Angkor Wat area to see some that we missed previously. There are around 2000 old temples in Cambodia. We saw about 15. Not all 2000 are able to be visited and some are very small. First on he agenda was to see the terrace of the elephants ...
... even more as tourists because no local people wear them. But, today I realized that wearing a helmet here is particularly wise because as I was riding along one narrow and extremely bumpy part of the road, a coconut came crashing down onto the road just a few metres ahead of me. Yikes, that would have hurt! At one of the places where it looked like a wedding was going to be held, I noticed that bunches of bananas and coconuts were strung up ...
At one point we decided to order take out pizza from a little place on our way back to the hotel. There were lots of tourists in the restaurant so we figured it would be a good bet. It was as good a pizza as we have had since we've been away. For fun we googled the Internet reviews of the restaurant. The reviews kept talking about how happy the pizza was. ?? The place IS called Happy Pizza.... A bit more research and we realized ...