Smiling Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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So off with my travel buddies for more Wats .... First one is Bauteay Srei 10th century temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva Next ...Anghor Thom city ...meaning great city ...built in the 12th century ... 8 meter high wall sounding the city and a mote ...now dried up pretty cool Last but another favorite was Bayon ...265 carved faces ...so large ...it was very peaceful there ...not many ...
... seats and obnoxious Cambodian karaoke videos being blasted from a tiny t.v. on the bus. (Our wonderful noise-cancelling headphones have paid for themselves 20x over on this journey). Although I will admit, I found myself (and Dom) absorbed in these overly dramatic and hilarious karaoke videos at certain points on the way.
Anyway, we arrived in Siem Reap just after midnight. Luckily, we were checked right in and had a marvelous night of sleep. Upon our ...
... very flimsy looking wires on bamboo poles. Our tour boat nearly ran into a power cable looped about 5' off the water for a distance of 30'. A little while after we got back on the boat, the boat headed off towards Kampang Tralach. We had a lazy afternoon although Caroline did spend 90 minutes having a massage (very relaxing), while Michael spend some time on the treadmill (he only spent 25minutes on the treadmill). At present, ...
... to our luxury room and passed out:). The next day we hit the roof top pool and had a fresh coconut, except I'm not a huge fan so Sophie had pretty much all the fluid and I just had some flesh. (Hence why it's now not me with the bum wee's!) it was only 23 degrees today so felt a bit chilly but we pulled on through ;p. We got ourselves sorted and went out for breakfast and stopped at a place where both 'waitresses' we're really funny camp lady boys. After we paid ...
... not just mine judging by the crowds of people taking selfies. A darn good opportunity for me to cultivate my patience, my acceptance and understanding, I tell you, and the following proves I have a way to go yet :-). Why in the world do people go around the world to take pictures of themselves? To prove they were there? I mean, we all have an ego, but still, I don't get it. I wish they didn't spend ...