Orient D'Angkor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... had hoped to take us to the airport tomorrow, but we told him we'd already arranged it with Sokhom since he was Upaya's resident tuk tuk driver. For the next little bit Sokmean and I just hung out around the pool and chatted while Mom and Don went for a swim. By about 11 I was just getting too tired and knew I still had a fair amount of packing to do tomorrow, so I said goodnight. Tomorrow is the last blog post from Siem Reap, at least for this trip ...
... this activity? Back for a siesta of course, sleeping on till nearly 5pm! I didn't dare try and translate the time to UK time just powering on through.
We left for church, aiming to arrive for around 6:15 and found the place buzzing. The Easter fire was burning in the courtyard and we all lit candles and followed the Paschal candle into the church for Mass ...
... Pluk, much less visited by tourists than its neighbours anyway, and virtually no farangs at all in the dry season - just the way I like it.
During wet season, these houses are about a metre above the water; dry season means a bit more of a hike from your boat every day.
The village only has one 'street', although this ...
... and they were really nice, we spent the day with them walking around the markets and grabbing something to eat. We got back and checked in and just sat at the hostel for a while. Our room was really nice, just like a hotel. The owners had a little girl who was 3 and she spoke the best English if ever heard a 3year old speak! That night one of the girls, Amanda, was meeting here fiend at our hostel, they both worked for a project called 'the global child' an organisation with ...
Another two in one post! I've fallen a bit behind just because I've been so exhausted the past few days, ever since temple tour extravaganza. Luckily Sunday was a rather lazy, sleep-in kind of day, and Monday was a typical day at work. Sunday was about a 9am start for me, which was relatively late considering I'd woken up at 4 the morning before. I got to FaceTime with Lara, which was awesome (if a bit glitchy) and then mom, Don and I all made our way into town for ...