New Angkorland Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... of the same thing, beach and swimming! Very chilled! I needed to do a logo for a friend at home so I'd been desperately looking for someone with a Mac and illustrator! Amazingly I found someone so started doing the logo, however the Internet was broken on the whole island so couldn't do a lot! He said I could come back and finish it tomorrow. There was a big party that night on the beach where the Turkish guys have their bar so we all headed down ...
... often ask if I'd live here full time and talking to Leigh I can see that my fears of how different it is are not unfounded. Like anywhere in the world - to visit is completely different to living somewhere. Here is hard; particularly for a lone female. The lone male whatever his age will find a young local as soon as he wants one and will be well looked after as the best catch ever. The younger female will hit the party scene but for the less young (like me!) female it's ...
... linking the bringing of light into the world and the Christmas lights around Siem Reap. The service was interspersed with several performances by some Khmer children of differing ages to a background dialogue, in both Khmer and English. They enacted the nativity; starting with Mary's unexpected pregnancy, and Mary and Joseph's journey to Bethlehem for the census and a meeting with King Herod. After the birth of Jesus, three unruly dancing Shepherds entered ...
... meeting up with them. Tonight, the weather was vile and a thunder storm started from nowhere! Bar street here is two bars adjacent to each other and when you go outside it is a clash of music from both bars which drives you insane. Not tonight though as we all began dancing in this storm. Now, the drainage is awful in Cambodia so the street flooded too - we basically had a street pool party. It was ...
... able to feel a degree of empathy with Debra as this was one of those situations where I would rather suspend my disbelief than to try to comprehend the reality of the construction - as this would concede that all man made structures are fallible and would inevitably prompt me to evaluate the solidity of every nut and bolt with increasing concern! Of course, this proved to be impossible with Helen and her insatiable curiosity and so I just had to do my best to zone out her ...