Auberge Mont-Royal D'Angkor
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... the bonnet, presumably to line its nest. Impressive to see the three mechanics at work. A few hours later, and all the problems, other than the rat, were fixed at fraction of what it would have cost at home. Near to the Guest House is a "Ucare Pharmacy". This evening I spotted a rival business called, "We care" Pharmacy. Apparently, there is also an, "Eye care" ...
... picture of the local people and their shops their is a young girl on the left talking to the guy in the cap, she is no older than 6yrs old.
She is telling him she can count from 1-10 in Cambodian, Malay, English, French, Italian and Spanish and all of this was so he would buy some post cards... he did thankfully. She must of stood trying to sell to him for 15minutes whilst he walked around. Clever, uneducated kids...mmmhhhh
... over. Again, another dozen photographs ensued, none of which could do justice to the beauty of this place - it is easy to understand why some call Angkor the 8th wonder alongside the Pyramids of Giza. With the Sun beating down upon us, we retreated to the refuge of a nearby woods that housed a toilet area and water/drink stall to relieve and refresh ourselves before completing the full circuit of Angkor, posing for some jump shots ...
... therefore huge open balconies on every floor. After a couple of hours we headed down to the hotel restaurant with the intention of finding a chemist to help me clear my chest infection that I was struggling with, however we found ourselves stranded inside the hotel and unable to leave. The street in front of us was flooded to above knee level, the water flowing past at pretty quick pace, with a mix of the locals sewers and rubbish (pleasant, now we understand the contents of our mud ...
... in a bus for a long time anymore and she completely refused my idea of going to the beach. I tried to convince her but with no luck, so I slowly started to say goodbye to my idea of a proposal at sunset on the beach. I had to come out with a new place, but since I really wanted to ask her before her parents arrive I was running out of options.
The only place before meeting her mom was Siem Rap (Temples of Angkor), so this had to be the place. I thought about doing it in one ...