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TravelPod Member ReviewsMajestic Oriental Hotel Siem Reap
The hotel was nice but I am not satisfied with their service same thing with the security.
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... do and, sadly, always will. These people leave their mark in many hearts. In their own way I believe they have done what they were put here to do. Seeing them go is painful, living without them a life sentence but at least we had them in our lives - our lives were enhanced by their presence; a presence that lives on in our memories.
To my knowledge this isn't a dress rehearsal.
Dance with the music, sing with the ...
... we dyed all ours pink! After lots of negotiations and haggling we came away with 7 tops, 2 pairs of shorts, some trousers, 2 pashminas, 1 sarong and 1 dress all for under £14! We spent the rest of the day around the pool at our hotel (even though it was in the shade all day!) We went back to our room. Which was a different one with a bath! Not much of an improvement but at least I got my bath! I went to run it and the taps were connected to the shower head. I ...
... one or two drinks and then stop. Drink isn't a demon but it does need to be handled with extreme care. Anyway the drunks stagger off and the rest of us have a fun evening. They chat amongst themselves in khmer a lot while I look on. That's fine - the last time they were all together was my dinner with them last year. I am very proud of them all and happy to be with them even if the cocktail bill is a little more than previous years' soft drink bill!! It's quite late when I ...
... head up to the night markets for dinner and to pick up a couple more things that we had procrastinated about.
There are bags I bought in Phnom Penh that I haven't seen here and bags here not in Phnom Penh so a tip for anyone shopping, if you see something you like buy it cos it's not necessarily in the whole of Cambodia.
One more full day here and as the tuk tuks aren't liking to take people out to the tonle sap and the car being so much more......I'm not sure how we will spend it.
... were built from metal, while others were from straw, palm fronds or other plants and barely keeping upright. There were houses for as far as you could see and many had TV antennas. We didn't see any electric lines, but our driver had said many operate on battery.
Our boat driver tried to get us to stop and take a smaller boat through the mangroves, but we declined as it didn't seem to give us anything much different. We did stop for ...