Kingdom Angkor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... beautiful smile we've seen everywhere. They just cannot do enough for you, and are such gentle, happy people. We decided on the Khmer tasting plate again, and they brought us out a little starter, of kimchi, beetroot chips and, to Anne's horror, dried silk worms! I did manage to get her to taste one, but she wasn't impressed!! The food was lovely, and only $15 per person for so much food we left about a third of it!! ...
... created a sort of customized itinerary based on the book. I didn't want to cover the main temples today, and instead chose to focus on the less important temples. Boy, and they did not disappoint! The older temples (9th and 10th century) are hindu and the later ones (11th and later) are buddhist. But even the buddhist ones have hindu iconography. The temples have, of course, suffered from the ravages of time, but the statues and the engraving ...
... been beaten up. The words he used in fact were 'I felt like she was pirouetting on my back'. She was only a small lady but incredibly strong. Afterwards we spent time in the Cambodian steam treatment room. 3 words hot as balls!! (another one of wills saying) Later on in the evening we went into town for food, not a great pick tonight, average food! You can't always fall lucky. It had been an amazing day and such an experience to see one of the wonders of the world! Ankor ...
... fighting in the same region. So could quite easily have killed each other. Luckily that did not happen and the wars came to an end and everyone returned safely. Somuch did show us a couple of war scars though, from bullets, to falling on some bamboo spikes. This is one thing we have been thankful for in our travels is the honesty and bravery that our guides have shown in talking about these things to us. We appreciated this very much. Getting the insight to what life ...
... the area by then. After catching up on my writing, I decided to try to find a decent restaurant in Siem Reap.
The truth is that the general quality of food here is fairly good, and if you use good judgment quite safe as well. I had a very nice Khmer coconut fish curry in what was clearly a tourist place right next to a ruined temple, and even my modest but excellent little hotel—the Golden Temple Villa—did a pretty good job on its meals. ...