Monica Angkor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the entire internet for a live streaming link. The computers where situated on the bottom floor where all the rooms face inwards looking at the pool. Bang tidy its on... Come on your blues.... Final final final. All the family had gone to Wembley to watch, thank god for FaceTime - the atmosphere there was buzzing. God knows what Internet site but where streaming it on the computer. 1-0 down, Wycombe winning. Gutted was an understatement, crowds of southend fans walking out on ...
... restaurant named Vivas open and asked for a Cambodian coffee with sweet milk. We not have Cambodian coffee she explains..only Lavazza!!!!! Great, Laos all over again. I settled for a double shot latte and hooked up to the wifi. Instantly the phone buzzes with a Viber message from Rob. "Where are you, this is not a solo tour?" I gave him directions and we all had a brew and went to check out the shops which i must explain is not shopping. Pretty ...
... and eating unusual food though trying to be ultra-careful about hygiene.
We went down for breakfast and I had toast and lots of water and orange juice, which is just what I felt I could eat and drink, and then a plain omelette. I was determined to go on the shopping trip we had planned and drop into the Home of Joy to see how S and Fiona were both doing. Eileen had booked a massage so Kate and I took a tuk-tuk to Baby Mart out by the airport to see if ...
... detail that can be found on each temple its mind blowing. By lunch we were completely exhausted, hot beyond measure and somewhat templed out (if thats possible in this place) so headed back to the hostel to recover at the pool and with an afternoon nap in the luxury of air conditioning in my dorm room. Once we were fully recovered myself, Faye and Esmee took a walk into town and spent the evening on the infamous Pub Street (no further explanations are needed here, I am sure ...
... because of the bull carvings. Across the road from the temple, there are miniatures of some of the major temples. They are really well done, but look neglected and there seems to have been little upkeep over the years. We then went to the Bakong Temple, which is in the most picturesque area of all the temples I have seen. As we approached the temple, the wide red road is lined with tall trees all along the ancient stone wall which follows the edge of the moat. As we walked ...