Borann, l'Auberge des Temples
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... tickets and sell them to the next 4 visitors. But no... I don't know for sure but it is probably owned and managed by Korea or Vietnam as shamefully most national monuments are here!
The journey is uneventful. The Khmer sleep (how? How can you hold on for your life AND sleep?). Hansein sleeps across my lap. She isn't light...
We bump along happily until we are part way up Koulen mountain and then we stop.
Now there was I thinking we'd ...
... the corner from me! A lovely evening indeed.
Sunday (18th) morning I woke early as normal but just had a lazy start to the day and then Nakk came for lunch (but spent the time texting his friends or eating rapidly as he didn't have much time. The Khmer are going to morph into a people of bent necks from the time they spend on their phones - texting is free!). Later in the afternoon I walked into town (bumped into Kathy) and along the river to Narong's house. It takes ...
... meet us at the airport, despite their jet lag, and we were very very happy to see them! We caught up as we sped along the hectic roads in our tuk tuk piled high with our bags and enjoyed a welcoming beer (the first in 10 days) at our hip hotel in the centre of town, laughs and catch up conversation in abundance!
We spent the night catching up, having a few well deserved cans of “Ankor” local beers at $1.25 a pop and ventured out into the crazy streets of Phnom ...
... it!! Genius! A couple of people got theirs and now I kinda wish I got mine too - best tacky tourist souvenir ever!! We arrived into Siem Reap about 4:30 and after dropping washing off at the laundrette next door ($2 for 2 kilos but not entirely sure our undies won't be hung out to dry outside for all to see....) most of us headed straight to the pool! This is one of the nicest hotels we've stayed in and the pool couldn't have come at a better time! It's ...
... Wish You a Merry Christmas and Good King Wenceslas. It started to feel like Christmas. As we drove we saw some monkeys. We got some cracking photos when the baby monkey grabbed the GoPro and started kissing it! Ta Prohm, circa 1186 AD This temple's particular speciality was how the jungle had taken over and started to destroy it. Some of tomb raider was filmed here too. Angkor Thom, circa 1210. Angkor Thom was the massive ...