Villa Kiara Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... back to the room and about half hour later they are back. They loved it, as I thought. They were teaching for just over an hour children aged from 12 to 16.
They taught how to pronounce words correctly in English, capital cities and how to spell then and Australian animals spelling and pronouncing and they asked questions back.
the young Khmer teacher asked if he could friend on Facebook so he could continue practicing the English.
A real worthwhile hour was ...
... if they have a room free. No anal rules like the UK. We even tucked into the buffet breakfast for just £2 each - although we did request omelettes with bacon and cheese, but received a fried egg, rasher of bacon and a plastic cheese slice. We asked about an omelette, but that was an omelette!
We discussed and agreed our plan for the day. Follow the Lonely Planet suggested two day itinerary. The tuk-tuk (actually called a remork in ...
... to 4 million. Restrictions on how many children they can have was lifted and the population is currently 15 million. In all honestly they may be a poor country but the houses, the markets and the towns look much better than Thailand. The traffic is less urgent, the people are softer and English is better spoken and understood. Anyway this is day 1 in Cambodia so I will see what the next few days hold to change my mind. Good night, we have a big day ...
... Its excellent preservation is thanks to the moat providing protection from the surrounding jungle.
After completing our self-guided tour, we found Pauly 2 who took us to another temple area called Angkor Thom (meaning “Great City”) and its main temple called Bayon. Ness was super excited now because Bayon was her favourite temple when she was last here.
To enter Angkor Thom city you have to ...
Cambodia at first site: ok so the boarder crossing was pretty shabby, a lot of waiting and not knowing, it's very humid and I was pretty miserable... However we found a local family restaurant and enjoyed a bit of tom and jerry with the 1 year old child (pictured in his walk around). The journey was kept alive by the nutter that was behind the wheel, it's just shows how I have adapted as I thought the driving was so so but everyone else hadn't managed to take their ...