Belmond La Residence D'Angkor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stream of traffic and pedestrians all heading to Pub Street, which was the centre of the activities and where a countdown clock had been placed. Quite a lot of vino collapso was consumed during the bbq. and the done thing was to raise a toast and skull it down. I don't think that the idea of enjoying a glass of good wine with a meal has taken hold here, and it seems drinking alcohol, which is generally not done regularly, means playing games and getting a bit drunk. It ...
... try to work out which room we were in. Frantically, we got up and out as soon as we could and were sat in the tuk tuk within about ten minutes of waking up. We felt very guilty and were really worried that we might have caused Simon and Olivia to miss the sunrise. Thankfully, we arrived in plenty of time and watched the sun inch up behind the central towers. Hundreds of others had the same idea and many tourists were stood on the banks of ...
... his English. He looked about 12years old and said in some of the private schools they teach English and he starts next year.
There are ALOT of mosquitos here and other little bugs so am going to be going through ALOT of spray and lots of Dettol soap.
After a nice walk I was becoming hungry and I noticed it beginning to get darker. I headed back to the hotel (the food menu looked nice as I had a sneaky peek before I left)
We arrived at Siem Reap around midday and checked in to our hotel. As per the norm on this trip, we were offered our welcome drink and friendly hellos as we sat down and waited for the room. We spent the afternoon walking around the 3-4 main tourist streets of the small town, with Pub Street as the main attraction. The city has a real nice vibe, though there's a lot of poverty and high unemployment. Every 3rd guy on ...
... at which point we ended the day with a pulse-quickening ascent up a small, temple-capped hill for a final view of the park as the sun closed out another day over Cambodia.
The next day was a lazy one with a slow breakfast at a cafe called Joe to Go, over the road from the hostel. JtG serves really good local food and coffee and donates part of it's proceeds to a charity which helps educate local children. Once breakfast was over I decided to check out the local gym, ...