Apsara Holiday Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApsara Holiday Hotel Siem Reap
Our stay here was very nice. Rooms were clean and the service excellent. Would not hesitate to stay here again.
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... who found it easy. They completely understood the purpose of what we were doing and identified how teaching to the appropriate level will reduce the lack of engagement in their classrooms....although when you have 60 students in your class and limited resources you can understand their frustrations... We were thrilled when one of the activities they showed us was a place value/chance and data game that we use at home. It was a real moment of satisfaction ...
... seen to understand the concept of mini putt. The owner said they either show up and swing like a golf club or show up and get frustrated or feel deceived that it's not a golf course. It's a shame because the course Is really nice and has varying levels of difficulty. It's good fun but maybe mini putt is just a Westerner thing? Once back at the hotel, we changed into workout clothes and headed our for a run/boot camp along the river side. It felt so great to get out ...
... from the tourism industry by creating souvenir place mats and boxes.
Next stop on the list was Phnom Penh. There are only a few tourist spots but we needed to wait here as we couldn't enter Vietnam until 5th September. By far the most visited by tourists (although definitely not the most enjoyed) is Teoul Sleng S21 prison camp and the associated Choeung Ek killing fields. Cambodia was subject to the Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 to 1979. I won't go into ...
... my family. How wonderful, food poisoning a few days before going home.
Day 2- A full day of sleep for me as I had a high fever. We did nothing but stay in our hotel room the entire day.
Day 3- We were well enough to make use of our last day. We ended up exploring more temples; Preach Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Som and East Mebon.
A day in Bangkok and the way back home ( July 22, 2014-July 25, 2014)
Back to Bangkok! I can ...
... couple of days just relaxing and catching up on sleep as the last few days had been pretty busy. We escaped the hostel we stayed in the first night, as it wasn't that cheap, the breakfast was ****, the location even worse and the atmosphere just awful! We were in a dorm with loads of middle aged solo travellers who went to bed at 9pm and woke up at 4am... Very strange! On top of that none of them spoke to ...