Orient D'Angkor Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... croc purses etc and they have huge croc farms where they breed them, but they are not allowed in the states. I'm sure they would have been confiscated.
Came home, relaxed on the upstairs deck and then met Patricia for another night on Pub Street. I'm afraid we are no longer "party animals". A walk down the street, a couple of beers, some food and we're ready to call it a night, just when the music ...
... Again the scale is enormous. This is where the king came out of his palace to meet the people. They also held polo matches and other entertainment before he retired back into his forbidden palace. The carvings and statues were amazing.
Sukon then took us for lunch to the recommended Blue Pumpkin cafe which turned out to be not so great, the girls soup tasted really weird. We took a tuk-tuk back to the hotel via "pub street" which is the Siem Reap equivalent ...
... see the so called civilised countries that still produce the things it (or it should) makes your blood boil. How can people continue to make and sell something that kills and maims so many totally innocent people? Hello USA? Call yourself civilised... For a quick update, check out http://www.halotrust.org/where-we-work/ cambodia.
The presentation seems to go on and on and on and.... So no sports and an end of play circle instead of mid session. There are also 20 bikes to ...
... to go out for a drinkie and a snackette! Turns out that one little drinkie turned into a monumental night on the lash!
We take a tuk tuk to Pub Street, happy in the knowledge that little tuk tuk drivers children will eat to night, and start looking for somewhere to eat. We go a bit crazy - getting the Lonely Planet out and then start looking at Tripadvisor for somewhere to eat. We wander around for 20 minutes looking at places that ...
... and the great views around us!
We got back and booked our bus for the next leg, "how long does it take?" "Around 9 hours sir", "hmm not bad".
6.30am the next day we jumped on the bus and away we were. 18 hours later, we finally arrived in Sihanoukville, Cambodians either can't tell the time or they lie- lesson learnt.
We checked in to our box of a room about midnight and straight to sleep we ...