Lucky Angkor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a Khmer phrase yesterday, which he claims means 'thank you very much'. When Ben used it after buying water today, he was laughed at a lot. He can't find what it means online so is going to stop using it. Goodness knows what it means. Korina's forehead has started to peel. This isn't all that remarkable in itself. However, the skin underneath the peeling is a completely different colour: much paler. We will report developments as they ...
... the icebreaker which would inevitably be followed up with various illegal offerings, ranging from 'special massages'- presumed to be a little more expensive than the anything but special massages I had thus far received - to every form of drug, thus giving a greater insight into the nefarious character of Cambodia's taxi men. We needed a tuk tuk driver on our final night in Siem Reap as we were planning to meet up with Chris and Charlie at the well renowned circus. When asked, ...
... nights. No honey moon but on the final night, the newly weds are locked in a room. There's a first time for everything and that's one way to do it! The third and final temple known as Tamphrom temple, was incredible. This Buddhist temple had trees growing on the temple, roots all over the rocks and not really in the ground. Crazy. Quad biking after all the temples. Took my go pro not expecting much but they had two helmets with the mounts on, managed to get so much 'POV ...
... I find it overwhelming and scary, not that anything would happen. But the thought of stepping on the bus knowing that you will have to fight off people entering your personal bubble to herd you into their tuk-tuk is just too much. Justin arranged to have the hotel pick us up from the station, which was so beyond comforting. To know that we didn’t have to worry about transportation and being ripped off was such as greet feeling. Even though we told the ...
... time avoiding Chinese tourists and trying to get the shots of the trees climbing in, over and through the temples.
Finally we went to Angkor Thom, which was a city built in the 12thC and has large stone faces, each of them different and each of them meant to represent the 59 areas in Cambodia (at the time) at the main temple, Bayon. So many photos!
The tour was over at this point, some people went home before Angkor Thom, some went home at this ...