Monica Angkor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and asks us if the volume is too loud. It is, so she turns it down a bit thankfully! It's nice to be able to lounge around a bit in the cinema, and not have anyone else interrupt the film, but suspect that this won't catch on in the UK as it would probably be too expensive to operate. We also suspect that perhaps the films aren't quite legit, as the colours were a bit wishy washy! After the film we head to Pub Street, to find a pub showing ...
Our guide picked us up in the morning and took us to the temple Angkor Wat, South gate Angkor Thom, Bayon, Baphoun, Terrace of Elephant, Terrace of Leper King and Pimean Akas. After lunch we visited Thommanon, Chau Say Teveda, Ta Keo, Ta Promh, Banteay Kdei and Sras Srang. In the evening we did our own thing and went down into town where we ate on the street which was pretty ...
... move indoors.
Of course such rich living meant that Friday was not my best day ever. It hadn't been a late night but when I woke I ached from head to toe (very hard beds here) and felt as if a bus had run me over! I had breakfast ok but really couldn't manage lunch or dinner. I put it down to exhaustion and general over indulgence! Thank goodness the next day is Saturday! Not that I get much peace even then. The weekend I will deal with separately but when I wasn't out I ...
... were the exception. Reversing course, we made our way back to our original launch site, thanked our driver and headed back along the dirt road toward NH6. We stopped at the Damdek market for lunch: an omelet rolled around rice and bean sprouts, covered with peanuts and fish sauce. This was served with the usual array of condiments that is so common in Southeast Asian cuisine. Some Wikipedia research revealed that this dish is called Banh Chao and is a Cambodian version of ...
... with big five star chain hotels through to backpacker accommodation. Our hotel, right amongst the action and close to the popular Pub Street area, cost us £30 a night (www.khmermansion.com) and was much better than our expectations. Restaurants in town also cater for all from the Hard Rock Cafe, to local Khmer food, Indian, Mexican, French or Germanic and also suit every pocket, but for around US$5 you should get a pretty decent meal.
Without any ...