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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... luck in the past couple of weeks regarding people, so I won't complain. But today I kind of felt how it is to be not be picked on a sports field. There are two English girls in my dorm room. So young, I think they cannot be more than 18. Anyway, so they said a "hi" to me when I came in, but didn't really introduce themselves. In the evening, a young guy came to my room, with an English accent, and one of ...
... and schools, children only attend school for a half day 6 days a week. The first wave start at 7:30am and the second start after lunch & end at 5pm. Our sobering visit to Wat Thmey was next. It is one of the 40 Killing Fields sites around Cambodia. The Khmer Rouge & their leader Pol Pot were the Communist Party rulers of Cambodia from 1975 to 1979. Their social engineering policies (agricultural reform) led to ...
Up for breakfast at 7. We could choose from a menu. Lots of the usual. Eggs, pancakes and breads. With the tea/coffee and fruit as standard. Went down well and would fuel us for a hard days sightseeing. We meet our guide, Somuch, in the reception at half eight and off we went. First stop was the entrance to buy or tickets. A 3 day ticket was $40. We had to have a photo taken for the ticket as to stop people from handing the ticket to other people. Also we later found out ...
... as a top restaurant in Siem Reap, even though all they serve is coffee, tea, and cupcakes. It is called the Blossom Café and Training Center, and it was established to take girls from deeply impoverished backgrounds and train them in the burgeoning service and hospitality industry. It is run as a nonprofit, and I went to try to find a really great cup of coffee, which I need in the mornings and which my hotel didn’t quite achieve. I found much more.