Auberge Mont-Royal D'Angkor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Decide to have a dip in the pool before going to bed. Even at 10 the pool is still very warm. It really is like a warm bath. Went to bed and left Natalie and Sokmean sitting beside it. Got up early Monday as we had to get packed up. Meant to get up and do yoga but we were short on bread for breakfast so I went for a walk downtown to get some. It took me 20 min. each way and the traffic wasn't too bad. Normally I would have rode my bike but we had to turn them back ...
... planning. Friday was sports/game day and so I thought bubbles would be a) a good way to include this month's theme (water) and b) easy fun! Don offered to have him and his apprentices make some bubble wands out of wire, and then we made some more with pipe cleaner during class. Even kids from other classes joined in, which eventually got a bit overwhelming! Still so much fun, though. Friday we also had a going away dinner for the Australians planned, at a ...
Today we had a chance to visit many temples and ruins in Siem Reap. After being bombarded, and nearly assaulted by a group of young Khmer women trying to get us to buy hats (as you can see Any and I walked away the winners of the hat battle), we headed in to Angkor Wat.
... good condition considering it's age (about 800-900 years old), and that it had been left to the ravages of the jungle for much of recent history. Nearly all the walls are carved, either large statues of garuda's or deities, or more intricate carvings, some decorative other spanning the lengths of walls telling stories of wars or gods.
There are three main levels, as you pass through each one you get incrementally higher, climbing steep steps. ...
... of the very sad and bad sides of life here.
On Tuesday evening I meet with Marilyn for the world famous Mango Margueritas as promised for delivering lolly sticks (2000!). They are as yummy as I remember and slip down a little too easy! This is followed by dinner with Alan and Alison and Marilyn. I haven't seen Alan and Alison for a couple of years but they are again out at the Anlung Pi (Siem Reap rubbish dump) project. It's good to catch up so I very much enjoyed the ...