Villa Kiara Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... spectacular. Then breakfast sat on the steps of a small temple. Tranquil and magical. On to Angkor thom the walled city and the bayon .. The temple with many faces. What a day. Finally I have made another friend our tuk tuk driver mr chendra who takes us in and out of siem reap town for 2$. He tells me he likes beer .. Sweet beer and karaoke .. Such lovely people and a fab place. I will definitely come back. Debbie ...
... Mostly, however, we spent our time in Siem Reap visiting the marvelous, incredible, amazing temples of Angkor Wat!
We purchased three-day passes for this UNESCO sight and dove right in, visiting the most famous temples (Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom) and countless others with help of our tuk-tuk driver. These structures are simply astonishing and span over many, many kilometers. These Hindu temples were built in the 12th Century and many are in ...
... 30 minutes of sitting by ourselves with all the Khmers staring at us we soon realized we were going to be the only Barangs at the party. We think that they stare at us to make us feel welcome. It was a little awkward for a few minutes but soon a guy came over and asked me to down a beer with him. Not sure why I attract these people. Anyway I didn't let him down and obliged him by downing my glass of beer. Lucky for me it wasn't full. That helped break the ice and the next thing ...
... first customer, and come back often.
Finally, for my last real meal in Siem Reap, I went well out of my way to find the most memorable place of all, called Georges’ Rhumerie. This is a Creole restaurant in a somewhat unfashionable part of Siem Reap that took creativity and some luck to find. I decided to walk there, rather than go by tuk-tuk, which in retrospect might not have been wise, at night on streets without lights that edged away from ...
... stop for you. Just before we got to Grace House we stopped at the little market that is nearby and bought a couple loaves of bread. We had some of the same bread this morning for breakfast and it was delicious, so we stopped to pick up a couple more loaves. The two generous sized loaves cost 2,000 riels or 50 cents. I spent the day continuing my work on the payroll project. Another day or two on this should be enough. I have lots of quiet time to ...