Chateau De La Messardiere
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was horrendous on the way out - good thing we stopped to book a site on the way in. We complained about the traffic tallying up the bentleys and Ferraris that whisked past in the other direction and concluded only the poorer people would have to ever drive - those that have money take the boat or drive to their boat or stay in all the 5 star resorts in ...
... proper sun bathing in and Jenson was able to get in the pool - it was getting him out which was the problem! We stayed an extra night here too! Did we sightsee? No! In fact I didn’t even leave the campsite! I ran a few laps of the site every day (it was massive lol! and flat!). A very relaxing week and some much needed viamin D.
Our neighbours were a Danish couple who were very friendly and made a real fuss of Jenson who spent more time at ...
... bad. So then we made plans to go and see Tiny Tempah the next night. It started raining again on Thursday and it dampened the mood again so we had decided that we were going to turn the night into a movie night. But then it stopped raining and the mood was slowly restored. It was going to be a big one! No it was a big one...such an awesome night. Music was good, the place itself was unbelievable and the people were great. There was an outside seated area which was huge and had ...
... their locally-grown vegetables such as onions, garlic, tomatoes and many different fragrant herbs. There were also stalls with mouth-watering looking cured meats and sausages. The smell coming off them was very appetising.
We also browsed craft stalls as well as stalls selling the usual holiday 'tat', like t-shirts and baseball caps.
After wandering around the market a bit we decided to get some postcards and sit with a cold beer (!) ...
... a baby. Nothing odd there then. Except that the baby was on a drip and the man was driving with one hand on the handlebars and the other holding the drip feeder! Only in Cambodia...)
As I walked across the tarmac at Siem Reap to board the plane that was to take me away from my new home, I stopped and looked around me. It was hot, dusty and flat. Through my tears I tried to hold the moment. I couldn't stop ...