Monica Angkor Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... made my day. Finally I could eat something that's not rice and veggies. But I think I was addicted, because I was once again craving it, only this time with tofu even better! It was delicious and so cheap - only £6 per head with drinks! We went back and spent sometime chatting since it was Karums last night with us :( we went to sleep and said goodbye and hopefully I'll see him soon, maybe before Dubai! He's been great fun and definitely cracks the best ...
... beautiful of a view as the main entrance of the temple complex. We were only there for about an hour. It was a beautiful sight, but the sheer amount of people there made it incredibly difficult to fully enjoy. I think that drastically affected my overall experience with the whole sunrise thing. If this is the low season for tourists, I cant even imagine what its like in the winter months at the peak of tourist season. And my question is, where are all of these ...
... the sports bar where the boys were and waited for the rugby to finish! Sophie left before us as she had a headache, Charlotte had a burger and then we left also! About 11pm Ollie came back.. Extremely drunk, talking absolute **** about Justin bieber and the government, then he fell asleep snoring!
Total Budget - $26.50!
Breakfast - $6.50
Lunch - $6
Cinema - $8
Hotel - $6
Day 98 - 9th July
We had ...
... and shutdown every few minutes as well. Nevertheless, I took a bunch of photos and it takes forever to narrow them down to nice photo story for this blog.
After 10 hours of temple-mania, I had time to rest for an hour - only! Actually, there was more time, but the hotel stole it from me as they did not fix the A/C and shower drain in my absence but in my presence after I have complained that it was still not repaired.
Part 2 of the day comes in a separat blog entry.
After our enjoyable stay in Bangkok we turned out attention to the east, Thailand's neighbor, Cambodia. Having read some people's horror stories about the border crossing between the two countries, we mentally prepared ourselves for the worst kind of annoyances. Our preparation paid off as we found ourselves surprised by the relative ease of taking a long bus to the border, paying our fees (which were slightly inflated by the Cambodian customs agents), waiting for ...