Angkor Paradise Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... for an hour back in our hotel and then went off for the second half of our adventure.
Around 4pm we took a type of hot air balloon that was anchored to the ground by a long chord up into the bright sky. It was so exciting for me, since I had never ever done anything like that before. The breeze was delightful and the view was stunning—wide open fields with cattle grazing, Angkor Wat, other smaller temples, ...
... the temples and started with Ankor wat. After having spent 4 hours there a much needed late lunch was ordered and we headed back to the hotel. I got in a good workout before dinner. Once again downtown Siem Reap is loud and crazy - I never expected the party scene they have here. Tonight we kept it relaxes though since the race is early the next ...
... I couldn't be bothered for the commotion of tuk tuk drivers. We had to wait to see what some other girls were doing as they were trying to fit us all in 1 tuk tuk which was taking way too long because they didn't know where they were staying. We recommended places but that didn't help either. So 10 minutes later standing half asleep in the fumes and heat of coaches and the sun with our back packs on we finally got a tuk tuk. The whole journey he was asking ...
... mounted leader and celestial dancing girls with elaborate hair styles. The gallery wall alone is decorated with almost 1,000 square metres of bas reliefs. Holes on some of the Angkor walls indicate that they may have been decorated with bronze ...
Last night, we had dinner on Pub Street and did a lot of people watching... But Amanda has a nasty cough so we turned in early. Thus, we also had an early morning today. Breakfast at 7:15 and our tour started at 8.
We took a van through town, into rice fields, and then to a long canal. The village by the canal was supported by the Asia Development Bank. The people live simply, most in one room shacks. Outside of the city, most ...