Majestic Oriental Hotel
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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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... the country does not currently have the infrastructure to deal with and support the processes. Meanwhile children are still being left at the maternity hospital or with the sisters and they need help and support to look after the children.
Fiona has bought a pushchair and we will use the money Kate and Eileen have raised to buy two more - they are ideal for the babies with disabilities. We will also buy the baby milk and cleaning ...
... I had a sneeeeaking suspicion she MIGHT show up, since she had seemed so sad not to be coming with us (there was noooo way we'd have had room in the tuk tuk) and had asked what time we were heading out. Still, I was so surprised and SO happy to see her. Poor thing had biked for nearly an hour IN THE RAIN just to say one final goodbye to us at the airport. It was really really really special, not the kind of thing you're likely to forget. After we checked ...
... it took some 10 million blocks of stone, 300,000 workers, 6,000 elephants and 30 years to build; it has a moat over a kilometre long each side, and the central tower soars 55m above ground level.
Almost every surface has been carved in fantastic detail inside and out, often in massive frescos - one wall carving alone ...
... one place at one time. The sun comes up to the left of the temple first at this time of the year. Because I had walked up that side I could see that was going to happen and had wandered that direction to get a picture from the back. Most of the people were still out around the ponds. All of the sudden one of the Korean tour guides raised her flag on a stick and yelled to try and signal to her small group to come up onto the plaza to see the sun peeking thru the left ...
... is and always has been populated with some of the most wonderful beings and experiences. OK so I've not had children or the standard middle class surburban life I aspired to as a young child but...
But I have had so much more. Oh yes, so much more.
I have sat under a waterfall with the poorest of people and under the stars with the richest; in my scruffiest clothes I've danced with street kids and in a designer ball gown ...