Monica Angkor Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Previously you could enter the area from all 4 sides. But a couple of years ago a New Zealand women had visited the temple and heard voices in her head telling her to get rid of the Buddha. She stayed behind after closing and broke the Buddha statue. Security found her in the process of doing this and she fled. She was found a that evening in the forest but she flew home the next day so the authorities couldn't prosecute her. Google her and the story was in the daily ...
... as I wanted since he worked until Pub Street closes down (so around 3 or 4AM). We had worked out a pretty good system where if I wanted to stay out later, Mom and Don would just go home, keep the door unlocked, and send the gate remote back with Kumpheak to give to me whenever he picked me up. Tomorrow is gonna be a rough day. At least I was smart enough to buy a giant bottle of water before the ride back home. ...
... the area by then. After catching up on my writing, I decided to try to find a decent restaurant in Siem Reap.
The truth is that the general quality of food here is fairly good, and if you use good judgment quite safe as well. I had a very nice Khmer coconut fish curry in what was clearly a tourist place right next to a ruined temple, and even my modest but excellent little hotel—the Golden Temple Villa—did a pretty good job on its meals. ...
... also a lot quieter than all of the others, which was nice.
We returned to our hostel in the late afternoon, completely exhausted. All of the walking around, combined with the ridiculous heat, had taken its toll. I am wondering - in a few hundred years time when the West has declined in importance and London has been abandoned if tourists will come and visit the ruins of the Shard and the Gherkin?
We were leaving Siem Reap in ...
... got to the ticket booth there were already mobs of people entering the park. Seeing Angkor Wat at sunrise is particularly popular. A one-day ticket costs $20, a 3-day pass costs $40 and a one-month pass, which allows for up to 7 visits costs $60. We bought one-month passes. They don't accept credit cards at the ticket booths, but we managed to scrape together the cash to buy the passes. There was a large crowd waiting for sunrise when we got into the park. We found ...