Empress Angkor Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... said she was a bit spaced out on painkillers and muscle relaxants but feeling ok. Not looking forward to a long-haul flight, of course. She has done an amazing job for the last month and the children will really, really miss her. To our horror, Catriona, the volunteer who comes in Mon, Wed, Fri afternoons says that Fiona was the first volunteer for months and that until she came the sisters were trying to manage on their own, which is simply impossible. I believe ...
... the clay pots which all the kids look forward to. Something like the Mexicans breaking open a piñata. The way this game works is a kid is blindfolded then he or she gets one swing with a bamboo stick at breaking the clay pot. If the kid listens to the audience they tell the kid to move left, right, forward or back to find the pot with the stick. Then when they feel the pot with the stick they swing at it trying to break it. After that ...
Life has been way to busy to post anything lately. Loading the photos takes a long time so a post usually takes about 1 1/2 hrs. Got our second bit of rain last week. It poured buckets for about 10 min. then stopped as quick as it started. Luckily we were were comfortably seated in a restaurant, Palm Sugar, when it happened. That was last Thurs. evening. Early part of the week was quiet as we were catching up on rest from the wedding we went ...
We had cruised in the afternoon and ended up near Kampong Chhnang. After breakfast we took a small boat and toured the floating village and a village market. It was very interesting. Most of the people that were living in the floating village were Vietnamese but others a little further on were muslins. Non Cambodian people cannot own land, hence the ...
... in size to cinemas that cater for small groups. We opt for a two seated and are shown to our private room. You select a film from a catalogue of over a thousand films, some new, some old. We choose The Hobbit 2. Its a film that we said we would watch since we visited New Zealand and the set of the movie. The private cinema has two very large chairs, not quite 'Lazy Boy' chairs, but of that ilk. The film is projected onto an eight foot ...