City Angkor Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of mine are sick (Vachana and Rachana) and one worked all the night before (Nakk) so they are very subdued. Hansein is excited though so she soon disappears and comes back with a flower garland! She big for her age and for a Khmer (they blame the vitamins I sent for her!) but she is very young and is as excited and playful as a 6 year old (she's 12). But we need to eat before she can swim...
Lunch is good (not sure there was enough for the boys) especially the ...
... I was too tired for a foot massage even so jumped in a tuk tuk home. Mid way through eating, I could no longer breath properly, I was coughing and I really wasn't well at all. I need my bed boo hoo!
But business as usual on Monday. Tola is coming to talk to the class about a career in law. Of course he hasn't finished studying but he can certainly tell them it's not easy. The class are interested and have lots of questions - a worrying number of which concern ...
... friendliness of the locals, they are so happy and really enjoy a joke and a laugh. They seem to have much more humorous responses to our engagements with them than we have been met with so far on this trip, these guys really like to have a laugh, and with Adam and Scott in tow it’s safe to say that we’ve made lots of local laugh so far, and I have a feeling that this is not the end of funny times! We’ve not seen so many backpackers and white people in one place for ...
... Siem Ream this time. We're right in the middle of town, about 5 minutes walk from Pub Street and the old market, where we bought a Khmer BBQ to bring home - just got to carry it round with us for the next 5 weeks.
Last evening we went to Angkor Wat for the sunset. It was lovely, virtually deserted when compared to how it was at mid morning on our previous ...
... red wine. Then we had cards, Santa hats and parlour games. We hit the pub strip of Siem Reap in the evening, along with it seemed every 18-50 year old party goer who celebrated Christmas, and loads of young Cambodians. It made for a great atmosphere. We started with ring of fire, gin bucketsvand dancing! Getting a lift home was easy, a Cambodian we had been dancing with was a tuk tuk driver! We did ask, he hadn't been ...