Angkor Paradise Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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... thanked us again for the tip. I said I noticed no one else tipped you. He was clearly disappointed and shrugged his shoulders. We could see that this was how he made his money and obviously didn't receive much if anything from the silk farm. Apparently everyone was oblivious to this but what could he do. We chatted a bit and he suggested we try the "Bug Cafe" where they have all kinds of insects and exotic creatures to eat. He gave us directions and we thanked ...
... join him and Fr Jub. Just try and stop us! Fr Panus was pleased to see us and very happy for us to volunteer, teaching English or whatever.
Arun was delightful, cheap but authentic and I got my blessed noodles and vegetables which were absolutely delicious. Back to the hotel to sleep some more, hoping to be fresh enough for a full-on day tomorrow.
... to Vietnam. Another two hour or so stint and we were in Siem Reap. We claimed our bags which were surprisingly easy to find and, after a mixup was solved, our car arrived to take us from the Sofitel to the Victoria Hotel. It was rather a short trip. We checked in, toured the hotel, found a mini mart, bought some drinks and returned all hot and bothered to the hotel. We breathed a sigh of relief that we weren't ...
... working there didn't speak english and we couldn't understand any of the posted information. We got in another tuk-tuk, looked at a couple other bike shops and then went to a market where we bought rice, fruit and bagettes. We were so hot by this time and took the tuk-tuk home. We cooled off in the pool and then made dinner - a rice dish and fresh mango and bananas. The jet lag was catching up to us, so we went to bed around 9:00 pm. We have Google and Facebook ...
... and we washed down with half pints of Angkor draught beer at 0.75 cents a go. Three drinks and two mains later the bill came to $13.... Less than £10! Cambodia is super cheap compared to Vietnam too!! We then cruised around bars in Pub Street drinking super strong cocktails for $3-4 and people watching the tourists before a $2 tuk tuk back to our hotel. Other things worth a mention in Siem Reap, yesterday a group of girls around 50m away from us starting screaming whilst ...