Khmer Inn Angkor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Khmer Inn Angkor Siem Reap
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... to look at it and just pop it in I just shut my eyes and ate it. Not going to lie I will be quite happy if I never do that again - while it just tasted a bit nutty and was generally quite crunchy he did seem to have quite long stringy legs....(may have jumped up and down and flapped my hands a little at that point!). Thankfully Steve had bought some Pomello - a bit like a grapefruit in taste but in large orange like segments - it definitely helped to get rid of ...
Great start to the morning, woke up before the alarm at 3.53am and Jan jumped in the shower and just as quickly jumped out ..it was cold!! so we got ready regardless and was picked up on time by the Grasshopper van, we drove out to the Angkor Wat moat,picking up 3 people and running over one dog on the way.
There were thousands of people streaming into the Wat over the causeway while we sat on the edge of the moat, The sunrise and ...
... everyone very much! We skyped both families. It was lovely to see everyone and be a part of their busy day! At 1500 David started on the G+T. I certainly wasn't ready. The guys turned up at 1700 for drinks and snacks on the balcony. They had been to the museum which they had enjoyed. After several drinks we put on our purple Christmas pants (bought in Bangkok for when we visit Brian and the Purple Pig for a free cocktail) ...
... a brilliant opportunity to see how monks live. I learned about the food they are given in the morning, their prayer, their education, and their homes. Sakong made me a friendship bracelet from a ball of wool which is designed to protect me from bad energy. He then showered me with holy water in order to bless me.
We sat for a while practising English and learning. Today turned out to be very different to what I had ...
... after all the walking. In the evening we went to an Indian restaurant recommended on trip adviser. I think it was number 5 called Dankshins. It was really tasty but lacked Khmer character. We could have been sat in any Indian restaurant anywhere in the world. But we did enjoy eating something different. After 2 months away you do like your home comforts. We returned back to the hotel to have a late night dip in the pool and a couple of cocktails. The cocktails at the hotel are ...