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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... handmade lanterns, paper and silk, and they're strung up in the shops and streets everywhere. Each night they light them all, and down by the river the bridges and riverside areas are all lit up. Little ladies sell coloured cardboard tea light holders, which you can buy, make a wish and put into the river. So there are people everywhere, and so many beautiful lanterns and lights wherever you look. We were lucky to score a seat right at the front of the verandah of a cafe called ...
... to sell me a bracelet for 200,000 and as I tried to beat her down the price went up. Long story short I bought it but she had to extend it for my wrist so I ended up with a tiny bracelet which I ended up giving to little Race who is going to hospital tomorrow for his eye op.
We feasted on clams, mussels, squid and seafood rice and drank beer for about 140,000 per head. You can see from the pics it's a nice spot with some good ...
Our last day in Siem Reap as we are catching a flight at 7-45pm (more about that later)
We took a Tuk Tuk to Banteay Srei. This took about an hour going through villages and generally seeing the countryside. The temple is made from pink sandstone and was completed in 967AD. The intricate carving that still exists is absolutely beautiful and more of it survives than at the Angkor complex.
Time for just walking and looking today, back to the tailors first and then onto 'life start' a grassroots not for profit charity that helps disadvantaged Vietnamese people and their families become self sufficient. They have a shop - where all the goods have a tag with a little story of the maker who gets the full net profit and where they run classes for people to learn the language, lantern making or Vietnamese painting. They also have a ...
... An and finally bought some lanterns and the tops we have been eyeing off. It was quite a rainy day today and not very many people were in town.
We returned by the free shuttle and Richard had just arrived home. We had a very quiet afternoon and had cocktails and a light dinner in the wonderful round lounges on the verandah by the bar - oh and ...