Angkor Paradise Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... We spent the day on the beach with them and then in the evening Abbie and I went with Anna to meet her Turkish friends that she met who run a bar further down the beach and spent most of the night there. The next morning all the Stevenage lot left to go to Vietnam however Fran and Josh decided to stay as they had both found jobs and they love the island. You don't get paid here, just free accommodation, food and drinks but it's definitely worth ...
Our nice tuk tuk driver picked us up again at 10 am after much deliberation we opted for the hour journey to the lake paid our fees 50 usd for the two which we thought was a bit steep but I suppose a lot goes back to the community well we hope so! A ...
... short ride northwards, with the wind mercifully rushing past us, we arrived at another group of temples in the Angkor Thom complex. The first of these was much more intimate with dark passages in which you had to feel ahead with your feet before stepping forward. Nevertheless, it was massive and covered in sculpted smiling faces! The second was very tall and reminiscent of a Mayan temple. By the time we reached its summit and found a ...
... featured a playlist from the era and facilitated our steady inebriation with the 50 cent beers on offer. Inevitably, this would lead to my first hangover in some time but this was offset by the lack of the usual guilt at how much my illness had cost the previous night (at most around $5!). 6) Go Zipwiring if you have a fear of heights Our second full day with Ash (our first day was a fairly, hangover infused, lazy day spent wandering around Siem Reap looking for rubbish ...
... jumping on the Virgin Atlantic of bus travel and then moved on to the beach for a detox and a island called Ko Rong, Also as a very small footnote **** the tour at the border who ripped me of £200 and also giving a **** impression to what in fact is the friendliest place and people that I've met so far on my travels. Positive thinking I'm still a millionaire here and I now am making it rain in ...