Khmer Inn Angkor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... as easy as we'd hoped, he asked for tips - 'You pay me now'. Obviously we should have expected this but I'm too naive. We told him that we didn't ask for a tour and offered him some Cambodian money (the money is practically worthless). He seemed very insulted and said that he usually charges 15USD per person for the tour we'd just received. Absolute rubbish, it was not a tour and we did not ask for him to show us round. We ended up giving him $2.50 to which he began shouting ...
... 1993). A coup in 1997 placed power solely in the hands of Prime Minister Hun Sen and the Cambodian People's Party, who is still in power.
The country faces numerous challenges, including widespread poverty, pervasive corruption, lack of political freedoms, low human development and a high rate of hunger. ...
... bas reliefs of religious devotions. You cannot climb the original steep staircases up to the central temples, but we climbed the man made stairs up to the top.
Walking around we found a photo of a soldier , which he looked European, left stuck between two pieces of stone. Obviously who left it there felt some religious connection to remember this soldier in this way. We then stayed for ...
Harry woke up late. He'd been up until late having a very rewarding conversation, but with nothing on the agenda for the day, he embraced the lie in. When he finally got out of bed he noticed that both of his achilles tendons were knackered, presumably from clambering up to the top of temples. Further justification for his day of nothing. I had breakfast in an Irish pub ...
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Kate and I left the hotel for a 9am start at the Home of Joy. Eileen, who has been a wee bit under the weather, conserved her energy, agreeing to join us later in the afternoon. On being welcomed by the wonderful Sister Gabrielle, we were ushered into an activity session led by two young women, Fiona and Jen, who have been working at the orphanage over the last four weeks. The children loved drawing, ...