Dara Reang Sey Hotel Siem Reap
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... pot that is full of talcum powder. Sort of like a piñata but without the candy! All day the children ran around smearing powder on each other. Friday evening the staff and volunteers at Grace House met at Angkor Wat where we sat along the moat for a picnic. The sun was just going down as we got there, so we sat there in the moonlight eating the take-out food from one of the many food vendors in front of Angkor Wat. After the picnic, a few of us met up at Miss Wong's for a ...
... exited Thailand, although we got an offenders slip for staying one day over our visa exit date, so payed our 1000 Baht fine. It was pretty plain sailing from there. Got our Cambodian visas for 1200Baht each. As we were leaving, what looked like a government official, offered to show us where to go to cross the border. He kinda stuck with us the whole time and we just thought he was being friendly. A girl, Amanda, asked if she could share a taxi with us, so we said sure. The ...
... was dancing so they all swarmed around her and had a big dance fest. Some of the young women wanted to try singing so they convinced the band to let them sing a song. They all sounded good. The dancing kind of petered out as most people just stood around listening. So at this time we decided we had enough dancing. To my surprise Kim said it was time to go home. It was after 10 pm. We went back to table and the last course was now out. Some kind of soup with rice. I had a ...
... has been many years since I have had a restaurant experience this good in America, and I’m quite sure that I have never had one this eclectic. I have emailed Sebastian with my blog’s location, as he was interested in this Quixotic project, being well embarked on his own.
I am now officially a fan of TripAdvisor restaurant reviews, and look forward to further culinary adventures. But it is hard to believe they will top the last 24 hours of food exploration in Siem ...
... how they ever built and carved huge pieces of stone let alone constructed the enormous towers and carvings. Angkor Wat is the best known and is surrounded by a huge 190m mote. The construction of Angkor Wat involved 300,000 workers and 6000 elephants and was never fully completed. Leaving here we travelled to Bayon which is known for its towers with giant carved faces. After this ...