Lotus Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Lotus Resort & Spa Siem Reap
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... taken my breath away. As I reflect on my life I can remember so many times when I have looked around and said "Is this real? Is this really happening to me? How lucky I am!" Can you? I do hope so.
Life isn't easy. To get the most out you have to put a lot in in every sense. I've lost way too many friends and loved ones to be complacent about life. Only the good die young? Not sure but some of the good and ...
... Abbie so excited! She ran over and it too has literally just shut! We walked down the road for about 1km and there was nothing! So we turned around and went back. As we went back, right next to our hotel in the other direction was a huge supermarket! Typical! We bought some bread, cereal, milk and cookies! Iv never been so satisfied! We went back to the room, had a midnight feast and then went to bed. We woke up and decided to find the market as we needed new ...
... couple turn up from a day of drinking at a wedding and are already drunk. I'm not happy with this because there are a lot of drink problems here and the last thing the young need to think is that it is clever or grown up to be drunk. Or even that it is acceptable in front of t'cha. Of course the young travellers here set a really bad example but I won't go there. I had previously debated about staying with soft drinks in their company but actually I do believe they need to see you ...
... 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 ...
... day pass) and we headed toward the temple. Being that we got there about an hour before the sun was to rise, it was a prime opportunity to do some star gazing. It's amazing how being away from background light noise allows for the sky to illuminate its brilliance of stars. While we were gazing the crowds of fellow tourists began to make their way to the temple as well and by the time the sun rose I would say there was easily 2000 of us ...