Golden Orange Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was agreed at £16 or the whole day with the furthest temple sited 40km away.
Three day temple passes, $40 each. (One day, $20).
Temple one: Banteay Srei, AD 1000
P The jewel in the crown of Angkorian artisanship. It's called "Citadel of the Women". Apparently because the carving was so detailed it could never have been done by the heavy hand of a man. I testify to the detail, incredibly intricate, and not just on ...
... br> We arrived in Siem Reap just before nightfall and just over eight hours after departure. The driver sent by the hotel was very jovial and taught us some new Khmer. He even took our bags into the hotel and up to our room. Our room is very spacious and comfortable. It contains an empty fridge that is not switched on, which must be there for either decoration or a joke. There seem to be a lot of fridges like this in hotels we stay in.
The hotel has a restaurant ...
... it happened, the lack of an SD card turned out to be a blessing in disguise as we spent far less time labouring over picture taking in the intense heat and more time taking in the awe inspiring views. We had spent some time discussing the generic Cambodian term for beckoning females, as we found it quite amusing how unintentionally rude the term 'lady' sounds when it is yelled in your direction; as opposed to the male equivalent, 'man' which seems quite innocent in comparison. ...
... bus out of the city was incredible. Marsh land or fields drenched in water, shanty houses and green land for miles either side. Up to 30 people riding on the back of a trailer to get about. Cheap taxi, can't blame them. Imagine the banter on that after a night out. Get through the border which is pretty much crossing a train track before getting a stamp in two dodgy buildings afterwards. Good to go. On ...