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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... work, with thick roots spilling down over the walls. Our third temple had 216 stone faces looking our north, south, east and west. The intricate carvings on all the stonework throughout the temples is amazing, particularly that it has survived for hundreds of years. There is so much to see at Angkor; you could spend days exploring and not see it all. However we felt our two half days, and my sunrise visit, has given us a fantastic overview of ...
... epipen-related. Over dinner we found out that Siem Reap is the #2 destination in the world to visit in 2015 according to TripAdvisor. With this information we tried to guess the other destinations and then other rankings such as cities etc. As I'm writing this I realise that we sound incredibly sad and geeky but it was actually very interesting and fun. Once we'd eaten we headed to the night market to continue my search for the perfect bag which is irritating Jack to say the ...
... fried. Welcomed on board with 8 Australians Dave & Barb from QLD, Robert & partner and a young couple. Drew is the partner. Sunda& Alex the others from Sydney Sunset, welcome cocktail and bed! 8.39. Excursion to Kampong Chhang an important fishing port on Tonle Sap River.a Vietnamese floating village housing 1000 families but many generations live together so a big population totally dependent on this river which flows into the ...
... get a chance to explore it sometime soon but tonight we're just settling into our hotel and getting an early night. We've met our guide, Priam, who has suggested an early start in the morning, 7am, to try and beat some of the heat. It's expected to be 38 degrees. One of the reasons we opted to use Priam's services. He has an air-conditioned car!
Our hotel room is lovely. A suite really. ...
OK yes I'm being really lazy and making this post for the week BUT it's because a) I'm so behind and b) I've been fighting off some sickness and feeling so fatigued at the end of every day that I haven't been doing a lot, or a lot of varied things. Anyway! Monday was the Child Protection Training seminar mom and I had signed up for. It went from 9-5, in a cafe in downtown called New Leaf Book Café. It was mostly interesting, the only downfall was the ...