Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Car rentals
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... Good just to realise how other people live.
After some more drinks and snacks at a couple of the local places, we came back to the hotel for tea.
Cambodian Amok Fish, the traditional dish, is just sublime. There is really no other words to describe it. Fish coated in local amok spices and cooked in coconut cream. Yum.
The chef at Khmer Mansion can really cook. The boys had pork ribs in XO sauce and grilled ...
... there weren't even any stalls set up, just a bored looking man sitting by the entrance in a high vis jacket. Back at the hostel we showered and went for our last meal in Cambodia - a return to the local food and like my first meal here a Khmer chicken curry. Having eaten it was time to go back to the hostel and pack for our bus in the morning. Alarms set for 7 we went to bed knowing that, despite the early start, we could sleep on the bus. They'd been a bit ...
... and less overrun by tourists. I enjoyed a half hour sit down in the shade of a Buddha, uninterrupted by humans, accompanied only by gentle birdsong and the occasional (terrifying) insect divebombing me. A hammock would've been nice. Alas... With sunset approaching tuk tuk man, whose name was something like Tung or Toon or whatever he said, took me to the foot of a mountain (more of a hill really) offering views over the jungle. I hurried up the mountain ...
... be sitting with the owner of Upaya, some of his Italian friends, and some of the Upaya staff. First to show up after us was Sreimom, our maid, her husband, another woman and her husband, and Upaya's gardener. We really enjoyed talking to them, cheersing with them, and sharing food with them. The food was quite good! I think I must've inadvertently eaten some meat though, since the wedding food in general is quite carnivore friendly. Fun side note, I've noticed ...
... I spend the afternoons working on the farm with the children weeding grass, shovelling ditches or playing volleyball with the boys.
The mornings start around 07.00 when breakfast is served, a baguette with basic condiments. At 09.00 classes start so gives us time to prepare a bit beforehand. There are three classes, beginner, intermediate and advanced. The other four girls are travelling together and teach their classes with the two of them. They do this ...