Angkor Paradise Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
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... by Responding to Conflict. It was really good to see them again, to briefly visit the centre they have set up and to tell and listen to stories. We had a fairly easy day on Thursday too, visiting a set of craft workshops with a guided tour explaining the process. We then explored Siem Reap town by foot, with lunch at the Centre, meeting some colleagues, which was really interesting. It's funny to think that the first paid job I got doing Admin for RTC is ...
... journey in one - the ones in Phuket had been very souped up with massive speakers and we hadn't taken any in Bangkok. We arrived at our hotel to a huge welcoming committee, our bags were brought in for us and we were taken off to have a drink of honey lemon ice tea while everything was explained to us from the potential to use one of the other hotels in the group's pool to how to book our free massage! We were shown to our room and left to settle in with all ...
... lotus flowers to make an offering to the Buddha. Hope our prayers come true. We walked up to the monastery past all the begging children lining the steps. Before we walked down again Praim change the equivalent of US$2.50 into small Cambodian notes and gave us both a handful to give to all the children as we walked past them again. Each note must have been worth only pennies but they seemed grateful anyway, poor kids. A lovely ...
... the memories of a girl called Sokha. It was an excellent show with amazing athletic performances and wonderful music. I would highly recommend this to anyone visiting Siem Reap. We had another great week at work and ended the week with blessings from a monk. After we had lunch today, we headed to the pagoda which is about a fifteen-minute walk from Grace House. The monk would be blessing each of us volunteers. I was going to ride my bike down there, ...
... area you can really see how super poor the area is.
Unfortunately, in Cambodia marks the beginning of my first experience with travel food poisoning from poor water and food. I spent no joke about 30 of the 50 minute plane ride from Siem Reap to Saigon in the airplane bathroom including the take off where I got yelled at by the crew but then was allowed into the bathroom when they saw my panic. No more details are needed for that ;)