Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Airport Transportation
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... hotel's spa. I got a head massage but it included arms, back and shoulders as well, it was so nice and it was a proper massage in a nice room as opposed to getting one on the side of the street in Thailand. We also got lemon water and ginger tea which was so refreshing. Parts of my massage hurt a little bit as she clicked my whole body but by the time it finished I had no stiffness in my neck or anything and the head massage was so relaxing I ...
... the moment", as the sun starts showing, they missed the beautiful reflections in the water when the sun was slightly higher.
We were whisked back to the hotel for breakfast, to fuel ourselves for a marathon of temples. Angkor Wat is impressive for its size and preservation. Getting past the monkeys was quite interesting. We were told to keep a distance of at least 8 meters. Quite difficult when two are ...
Aaaaand it's here. As much as I tried to will it away, April 6th has appeared. Our flight isn't until 7:30, so we do have the majority of the day to finish packing and say our final goodbyes. I had a quick swim in the morning, then showered and got dressed and started getting the packing under way. Sokmean had a nap (jealous), until we all decided it was probably a good idea to head into town and just have lunch there. We invited Sokmean along, but understandably ...
... conditioned fan. The AC would have been nice on the way home. Ride up was uneventful but we got a good look at the countryside and the people. Sokhom is a good guide, he points interesting things out as we go along. What is interesting is that we took the same route the day before on our way to the waterfall, but you see thing differently. The smells, the sounds all add to the experience. Mind you some of the smells ...
I’m not going to go into detail about torture techniques; details are available elsewhere if you want to know. Torture sessions were usually 3 times a day for 3 hours at a time. Then, when there was no more to learn, the prisoner was taken away …
Next stop for the prisoners and for us today was the Killing Fields of Cheung Eki, 15 kilometers south of Phnom Penh and commemorated in the film of the same ...