Auberge Mont-Royal D'Angkor
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... mistake of the day as our next port of call was the most expensive rice shop ever. Now I don't know what a big bag of rice would normally cost but the idea was that you take rice or noodles to the school to help the poor kids. The rice turned out to be $55 which exceeds my idea of doing a good turn but by this time you feel guilted into buying. Im convinced that there was contact between the shop owner and guide before we arrived to agree a price ...
... Air Asia for you. The journey was one hour but the paperwork to apply for the visa on arrival was like a school exam. The queues at Siem Reap were reasonable but the long line of bureaucrats passing the passport like a production line made us laugh.
Visas secured we got in the van for the short trip to the hotel. Siem Reap is dusty strip town that leads out from Angkor Wat. The Pavillon hotel ...
... and dodging/being smacked in the face by 1 million bugs it definitely feels faster! Every time we stopped the heat was so intense as we were pretty much in the middle of fields, even though it was pretty cloudy. After about 20 minutes of bug splatters in the face and Lauren getting stung by something and it swelling up we were pretty fed up of the train, and we stopped at a local village. We'd already been warned there were a lot of children begging but ...
... Survey of India carried out restoration work on the temple between 1986 and 1992. Since the 1990s, Angkor Wat has seen continued ...
... bear or a penguin than you have of seeing a slow loris, a green python or even the wild pigs described in the leaflets. After an hour and a half of treking (mostly uphill) through the jungle we gave up looking for Turtle Beach when we met someone coming the other way who told us we were barely half way there, and the turtle 'sanctuary' was actually a washing up bowl containing a few rather unhappy specimens. Still, Fred spotted a humongous spider and we all saw loads ...