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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there are a vast collection of colossal Hindu and Buddhist temples including the famous Angkor Wat. We started out journey by grabbing a three day pass and heading past Angkor Wat to the larger precinct of Angkor Thom. Apart from the ancient Angkor Wat, most of the temples in this area were commissioned by the one king who clearly had a thing for making vast shrines to himself. The first major temple on our tour is the enigmatic Bayon Temple. Crossing a moat lined by an army of statues ...
... which I spent most of napping and catching up on Facebook. At dinner, I had a tom yum soup, and a couple of Singapore slings. Also played a doubles in a game of pool with some boys and the CEO. Then to Pub Street (yes, that's literally it's name) to have a dance at a pub or two. I started dancing with a couple of Cambodian girls. So much fun! I ended up coming back to the hotel at ...
... says "no tuk-tuks today or tomorrow" hahaha At the back of the night market was a huge massage area and a stage. hmmm so we ventured to the back once we started hearing music playing. Sweet, what show could it be!? How exciting! Turned out to be a lady-boy show featuring Beyonce and her music hahah I simply couldn’t pass up the opportunity to have a $2 foot massage and watch a lady boy show! Guy just dancing around pretending to be Beyonce, not knowing a ...
... market where cow penis snacks are available; small or large. The hawkers line the streets and amalgamate calls of he and her into a polite and insistent Sir-Lady, repeatedly. Children run along the streets, bare bottomed and dodge the diggers and the dogs. The newly installed planters have been sown with grass and trimmed to a flat bowling green bouquet, and the masseurs charge a dollar for whatever goes on behind the curtain. Across the river past the banana pancakes on wheels and ...
... and you harden to it a little. Later in the day as I visited some of the smaller temples that's where you saw more local life. It was getting increasing hard to be immune to the locals pitches as they were desperate to sell you their clothes, arts, souvenirs etc. The real toughie was when the kids came at you. I was so taken back by their patter and selling techniques. They would give me their full run down of their ...