Frangipani Villa Hotel II
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Siem Reap is really nice... Fairly laid back but also buzzing. I spent my first day here with an English guy that I met on the bus. We went to Angkor Wat and a lot of the surrounding temples... They are amazing but there are a lot of tourists in the main temples. The whole thing is absolutely huge and it's hard to take it all in when walking around. In the evening I met up with pato, a guy from the tour. Towards the end of the tour that I was ...
So we arrived in Siem Reap 4 days ago and spent 2 days visiting temples with a break in the middle to just chill out by the pool at our hotel seeing as we have picked up some sniffles and need to nip them in the bud before they get any worse and scupper our diving plans in a few days.
The temples are pretty impressive alright. We did the small loop the first day which includes Angkor Wat and today we ventured further afield ...
I have been thinking about it since we started the trip. Is she the right woman for me? Could I stay with her for the rest of my life? Am I ready to make this step? This question has been on my mind pretty much since I started the trip but I haven’t been ready to answer all of them.
Finally after being in a relationship for more than 3 years, living together for more than 1 year, and travelling for a little bit less than a year I was sure that she was ...
... along with Preah Kahn. WOW the giant trees and the tree roots smother the ruins of the temple walls like crawling ivy or pythons. I was awed. So many hidden corners. There is such a mystique feeling to it. We came in real early to avoid the swarms of tourists and also to see temple in the morning light. The sunrays penetrating through the temple walls is a sight you cannot ...
... seem to grow out of and around the ruins. Moss, creeping plants and shrubs sprout from roofs and along crumbling walls. This temple was built from 1186 and was originally a buddist temple. Nowadays Ta Prohm is most famous for staring in the first Tomb Raider film with Angelina Jolie. Bayon epitomises the creative genius and inflated ego of the ledgendary king JayavarmanVII. There are a collection of 54 gothic style towers decorated with 216 coldly smiling enormous ...