Royal Angkor Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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A pleasant day spent mostly by the pool.
First thing in the morning I asked reception to put in a call to the airport. They found the freight had not yet arrived, have to admit I'm a little skeptical that they even understood what the phone call was about.
A trip to Lucky Mall for a few essentials and, as there was a Bodia there, …
Received an email from Melita today:
Good to hear from you and to know that you arrived safely in Cambodia. It is really amazing how our Globus is small- against the space , but how different .You sitting by the pool , we freezing here by cold wind and snow at the same time. But we are fitted up with everything we need …
... stayed there for a while and was lead with a tour that informed us of the history of the temple. Walking out of the temples, monkeys surrounded the paths trying to get a hold of peoples belongings. We rode another few km to our next temple witch was one of the most popular tourist attractions. The stones were detailed with every side of the walls having a very unique carving in the stone of faces, everywhere you look so many detailed patterns made up ...
... was sweaty from carrying my pack around in the heat and humidity but she let me through. It might help that I am naturally about half to a full degree cooler in body temperature than the 'standard' 98.7.
The last part of the border crossing was actually the worst. They need to stamp your passport and visa before you can officially enter the country and the lines are long and they move very slowly and the building is small and ...
... east you could see silhouette of the Islands as night approached and then it hit us - as beautiful as this is, we really shouldn't be cycling along these roads in pitch black darkness and so we headed the 6km back to Don Det. When we got back a couple of cool Australians invited us over to their table at the guesthouse bar, accepting their offer we ate and drank with them among other nationalities for the remainder of the night. As it is low season, everything shuts up shop ...