Dara Reang Sey Hotel Siem Reap
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... everywhere so far. Cambodia was not nearly as hot as expected, thank heaven. And it looks like China and Tibet are going to be warmer than expected, highs in the 40-50 range. Hope Tanzania is on the cooler side by the time we hit there. One of our guides was checking his phone for the Super Bowl scores while we were standing in the temple yesterday waiting for Sunrise...that was a weird thing, especially as we are kind of clueless about what day it is now. We hit the ...
... a much needed lay in, then did a food tour organised by the hostel. We went to a local market and went around all the different stalls and had, fried vegetables, a noodle pancake, some kind of rice pudding, pigs brain, a cricket, a water beetle and some fruit, which was a lot nicer. In the evening we had dinner with Nichole an Australian girl in our room and went around the night market. Day 3 - We were up at 4.45 to go and watch ...
... side it is much, much less so, with some places even boarded up. We pass the old market, where many hammocks are on sale, amongst other items. We quite fancy a hammock now, for when we get back home. Not sure how much use we would get out of it though with our climate! We end up near Pub Street for dinner. Pub Street is, as the name suggests, a street lined with pubs. It's the least Cambodian place we have encountered and it could ...
... I was last here. It was but a dream and last year's fund raising with Aaron kicked it off. With wheelchair access and just nestled at the back of the Grace House grounds, it will house half a dozen disabled kids and their carers. It's brilliant and
almost ready to take it's first occupants. So exciting. But it almost had a resident already - as we walked around to the door the longest brightest greenest snake I have ever seen and ever want to see sidled across the terrace ...
... worth the early morning wake up!
After taking many pictures, we decided it was time for a coffee and snack at the outdoor cafes next to where we had been standing. We still had a great view of the temple while enjoying an over-priced banana pancake, coffee and a coconut. We met back up with Chiva, who took us into the temple. Even thought it looks big, I was still surprised at how large the structure was. We climbed up, over and ...