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TravelPod Member ReviewsMolly Malones Siem Reap
Do not stay here...abusive owner. Dirty rooms with lizard and rat droppings. Found a dead rat. Great location however. Not a genuine Irish bar with an owner who doesn't understand what it is to be Irish despite marrying an Irish woman!
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Home to an early night and prep for tomorrow's visit to Ta Om with Fr Panus. We'll be back at the Home of Joy on Wednesday and for the rest of our stay.
... morning, too, so when we arrived Sreimom showed us around her home, then the nearby market, then her cousin's house and farm, and we also got to see the gardener from Upaya since he must live in the same area. We also went down the road a ways to a market area where Sreimom's sister works as an aesthetician. She was so funny, laughing at everything. Unfortunately we couldn't really talk to her since she couldn't speak English. But she did do my nails for free!! ...
... on Sunday. Like I thought the world was going to end it was so loud and bright and disorienting. Wednesday was better. We worked on learning the number eleven at school, which included using numbered fish that the kids would put in order. At lunch I watched some of the teachers and volunteers play volleyball (I played on Monday, but I'm not very good so I opted out today). One teacher ...
... 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 ...