Auberge Mont-Royal D'Angkor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... billing, but the Killing Fields are greatly overhyped. Prices in Cambodia are generally low and, since the reil is pegged to the U.S. Dollar, the latter seems to be the de facto currency and it is very easy to work out what things cost, in contrast to Vietnam. Souvenirs and clothes are outstandingly good value and it's a shame we can't carry very much; otherwise we ...
... then napped in the afternoon. The evening was a pizza with couple of beers on the pub street. Siem Reap is pretty commercial, with all the rights things for a touristy place in Asia - a pub street, a night market, lots of lights, a small river running through the city, loud music and of course tuk-tuk drivers asking if I wanted "boom - boom". I have not really been able to talk to anyone in this hostel. I am not even making the ...
... Ceshe. Losing power at least twice a week. Showering with frogs. Sleeping among mice and geckos. Beautiful sunsets. Angkor Wat. The smiliest, most beautiful faces I've ever seen. The originals!!! Pub Street. Teacher 'Cha'. $0.50 beer. Cocktails. Getting married. The smell of burning plastic. Learning to say 'I'm a lesbian' in 5 different languages. Biting ants. Learning to be grateful for everything I've ever taken for granted. High fives with my ...
The journey back was swift and uneventful. We decided to dine at the hotel once we had freshened up and the cocktail bar beckoned before we had dinner with wine. I'm afraid we were a little noisy for some of our dinner companions but I couldn't help noticing that some of the sedate couples around us were casting envious glances towards our constant, animated conversation, punctuated with regular hoots of laughter.
... driver “Nuk” off we went to view the three most legendary ones. Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm Temples.
Ta Prohm Temple is the most picturesque tree-temples in the Angkor complex. It has fallen badly in ruins due to moradors (looking for treasures) the war and the "Sprung tree" that as overgrown the walls and other parts of the ruins. The main and most famous of these trees began its life ...