Kingdom Angkor Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... imagine it vibrant with life still, with its pool and garden, comfortable and luxuriant yard with a 2-storey structure made of columns, which purpose I cannot guess.I spent so much time there that my tuktuk driver was worried we would not have time for the rest.We followed this temple with Neak Pean, which was a Buddhist temple built on an island. It is surrounded by square pools. There was not a lot to see here ...
Had a walk around the market after breakfast. One young lady who I remember from last time, who sells live fish, was back working today after an absence of 2 or 3 days. She was married yesterday, but clearly there is not much time for romance, when there are fish to be sold, and certainly no time for a honeymoon. I went to check out the time of the services tomorrow and on Christmas Day at the ...
... Su Min were joined by Morrisey and Uno, ( two facilitator friends met at IAF 2014). First stop was Khnat School, to meet the teachers . Morrisey did a facilitated discussion on their aspirations and their problems . Friday 28th November. Our first day training at the Commune Committee office . About 17 members of the CDC and VDC in attendance (commune dev element committee and village development committee) plus one student volunteer. ...
... perpetually in whinge mode at the state of the roads. Despite all that I had read that put me off bringing our ebikes there, it was still a shock to see how awful they were, as we bounced through crater sized potholes the entire way. It was indeed, with some relief that we looked back on our stubborn rejection of an earlier request for us to switch our front seats with a couple who claimed they were ill - 'we booked these seats for a reason, dammit!'. We did ask, the bus driver ...
... I jump on tripadvisor to read the reviews about it and find out that 2 out of 3 people had belongings stolen from their rooms. I am now overtired, scared and wondering what the hell we were thinking coming to Cambodia. After a very much on edge nap, Harry ventures out to get food, bottled water and bus tickets to leave first thing in the morning to Siem Riep. I don't leave the room at all, not only scared of whats outside, but also not wanting ...