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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... which the homes did not have before. We also removed the floor planks and nailed them down again to ensure they were securely fastened. Lots of sawing, chiselling and hammering today. Although it was about 30 degrees today, thankfully there were a lot of clouds and a slight breeze. It still made for a hot, sweaty day!
Both families have water pumps on their property but those were only installed a year ago by another not-for-profit organization.
... minutes and have to find lots of clues to help you get out. I wasn't going to do it as I felt it wasn't really embracing the culture of the place but I was so pleased I did as we had so much fun and we managed to get out in 55 minutes!!! Whoop whoop! Apparently that was the fastest time in the past 2 months or something. Siem Reap itself is a really cool place. It's very touristy with lots of souvenir shops and a ...
... returning to the our driver which then took us to the next ttemple on today's route. The next temple had strange pillars with faces on each corner of the long+44 7807 313564 cuboid, it much have taken years to byuild. We visited several more temple across the day, just spanning a small part of this accent city. Our driver was good as he could explain a little bit about the people that used to live here, plus he brought water ...
... So I put on some pants and we headed on downstairs where our tuk-tuk driver for the day was waiting. We paid $15 for the whole day of transportation. He dropped us off at each temple then waited outside, before taking us to the next. First stop, the main part which is the biggest temple Angkor Wat. The place is massive and has a huge moat separating it. The views are just like the pictures I saw on Pinterest. We carry on walking throughout the massive temple. All the walls ...
... there at the beginning but this increased to around 80 by the middle of the service. Untypically, but thankfully, it only lasted one hour. At the end of Mass, Sister Sokalin explained that there would be a little ceremony based on the washing of the Buddha. At the little outdoor grotto, the priests sat on the benches with representatives of the older generation from the parish. The older people bestow this blessing ...