HanumanAlaya Boutique Residence
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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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... what I was carrying. I had a little plastic bag with the left over curry, rice and naan. I showed him and he asked to see in the plastic container. I opened it and showed him the rice. It was clearly food and as far as I knew, not a hazardous material. Then he said no can do with a smile. There was a sign showing banned substances but food was not on the list. I pointed to the sign and asked why he had said no. He looked confused and then pointed to his nose ...
... but the place was air-conditioned. It was worth it just for the air-con.
Walked home through the very aptly named pub street. It was the happenin' place. Checked out some shops. Thankfully, the heat will deter all but the most determined shopper.
More temples tomorrow. I'm not sure but it seem like the Cambodians love building temples and yet more temples, but are not so keen on roads and drains which I guess very very boring.
... does not "own" Angkor Wat and its temples. Vietnam does! So all proceeds go to Vietnam. Back in the car and off we went to the main attraction first. Angkor Watt. Our guide explained this was to avoid the coach tours early on. We got dropped off and made the walk across the moat to the entrance. This was a very imposing structure. Five gate entrances. Middle for the king. One either side for armies/courtiers and the end ones for the commoners. We went through one of the ...
... work has been either misguided or criminally incompetent. The Indian continue gent stated that the roof needed cleaning and proceeded to scrub it down with acid. However we all know the effect of acid on limestone and now the roof leaks,the acid was washed by the rain,all down the walls and onto the carvings, some of which are showing serious damage. There is ...
... glowing red balloon of the sun rose steadily above the temple. We joined the throng of people inside the main temple. There must be hundreds of people there every day, but it's very well managed . It's hard to stop clicking the camera and to stop seeing it all through a lens. The tumble of stones and carvings, the ongoing massive project of restoration, the tree roots, the exquisite carvings and the stories they tell and the huge size of everything.
Our guide Tham was ...