Lucky Angkor Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... few days as we have so much planned. We're very, very lucky.
We went into Pub Street where there was a big event celebrating Siem Reap as Trip Advisor's no 1 destination in Asia and no 2 in the world. We ate at Khmer Family Restaurant, which was fine. We're turning into right grumpy old women, though: I complained about the loud music, Kate about the draught beer and Eileen about the uncomfortable chairs!
Came home to our pipes and slippers. Bah, humbug!
... know and eventually all made it to Taste of India. In addition to Sokmean and the Thida's gang's endorsement of this place, it also helped that the majority of the other people in the restaurant were Indian. Must mean it's good! And yet again, amazing air-con is such a plus for me. It was a really nice dinner, and it was so awesome to see these people we normally just saw at school outside of that ...
... at the end of the thick big bridge was a skinny long bridge that lead to the temple when we got to the temple it kind of looked like Ta Prohm temple except Elephant Terrace did not have roots and trees sticking up in side and it was like a mountain. Unfortunately the temple was closed fortunately mom saw a sine that said "visit this way" so we went that way it was literally in the woods you could only see ...
At lunchtime Nom took me to a Samsung shop to buy a new charger for my mobile which is not very keen to charge these days.
And then it was time to set off for the long-awaited visit to Siem Reap (which our Cambodian guide called "See-um Ree-up"). We are staying at the Tara Angkor which is ...
... set off, we realised to our dismay that the same selection of *********s were going to be walking around too. Our tour guide took us aside and started to talk to us for the first time, and we all quickly realised why. Despite what he may think, he didn't speak English. I don't like to complain about someone doing their job to the best of their ability, but I genuinely didn't understand over 75% of the things he was saying. Every time we stopped it was torturous listening to him ...