Orient D'Angkor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to inform reception. We were concerned that we might have to pay a day's budget or so to have the table replaced. When Ben told the hotel staff, they said not to worry, to our great relief. Amazingly, they even offered to remove the table and replace it with another for the remainder of our stay. Ben was getting a irritable about having spent the whole of our last morning in Cambodia cooped up in our hotel room doing admin, so we decided to go out for lunch to placate ...
... for refreshments in view of Bakong temple. There we were greeted by a cheeky yet charming young lady who did her best to sell us as much of her goods as possible. Having finally established that we only wished to purchase a drink, we settled down for a chat and found out that this girl, only in her teens, spoke 3 languages and was learning Japanese as a 4th, outside school. At this, Helen's eyes lit up, sensing the opportunity to give out her umpteenth lesson of the trip, and ...
... never been on one before, how exciting my first time. He never told me but keep hold on your bags, OMG they move!
The tuk tuk driver was pointing out local places, schools, hospitals, temples etc. whilst I held on tight to my bag and had my suitcase between my feet.
Cambodians speeding past with their infants on their knees... oh gosh.
Its very very very dusty and I quickly noticed the locals had masks covering their faces, so I ...
... in. Again quite a few people but not too many to spoil the experience.
Lunch nearby at a restaurant, then again they cycled back while we drove with Ian. Had to say goodbye to Sophea.
Alanna and I walked to the markets, had a drink at blue pumpkin, then wandered around markets, bought drinks and snacks for trip tomorrow. Chilled out at hotel, Ian picked us up at 6 to take us to dinner and apsara show. Walked around markets again before ...
... to those I had taken before. Gone were the dusty, pothole filled roads, replaced by a sealed road with only the occasional bump. Gone were the hordes of children that surrounded us at every stop, vying for our tourist dollars by selling postcards and trinkets for a dollar. Gone were the hourly stops to try and get us to spend our money at shops for commission and exhaust us so that we would agree to any bed for any price by the time we arrived at our destination late ...