Angkor Village Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAngkor Village Hotel Siem Reap
Beautiful hotel - an oasis in the town of Siem Reap. Gardens abound, the service is excellent, and the location is great. Highly recommend.
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We flew to Siem Reap today. What a drastic change in temperature. Hot and muggy here.
So, today will an short entry as well. This is primarily because I have been having very little to no human interaction, so the entry is pretty much just about what I did. This morning I woke up at 4:00 am, so that I could go watch the sunrise at the Angkor Wat. The place was pretty crowded. In addition to the crowds who had come to see the sunrise, there were additional people who had come to participate in the International Yoga Day. ...
... unhappy, the past few years being the worst of my life, then I came here...Cambodia and the wonderful people I have met, have brought me back to life. Don't get me wrong, my time here at Ceshe has not been easy, it's been the most challenging experience of my life. And my final week was one of the most testing. While the power at the house has never been that consistent, at the beginning of the week there was a storm which caused a massive accident meaning that ...
... promised to take us out on the town!
To our delight we bumped into Daly with her lovely husband, two nieces and a nice wee bump of her own! She looks fantastic!
We also met a lovely lady who had several years ago in Siem Reap adopted twins, one of whom had died and was cremated and buried in the church grounds. She was distressed at the memory of her child but also because she had that morning met a woman ...
... struggled with engine and propeller problems that place us into the sides of the river and we had to help push ourselves out. Our prop also became jammed with garbage pollution and the young boy had to climb out and untangle the mess.
Along the banks we came across a small herd of water buffalo. They must live by and in water in order to survive. They are used as a source of meat here.