La Noria Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Noria Hotel Siem Reap
A small holiday resort. Room service was good. We asked for a hair dryer at 10:30 pm while their office room was closed at 10 pm. After 15 mins one of staffs bring his own dryer to us from his home. 2km to central market, not far. However, they have missed our breakfast in the last morning. And the bus ticket to Laos they recommended sucks. It took us 35 hrs to get to Pakse while they had told us 10 hrs before.
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... I wasn't interested in doing the same as everyone else. They supported Manchester United; I had my brother take me to West Ham just to be different! I didn't belong to a group but I don't remember feeling left out. Everyone stayed on to do A Levels; I left at 16. I'm not competitive or ambitious but heaven help anyone who tries to bully or do an injustice to a fellow human being! Then I will fight with all the force I can ...
... between a pear and a flower of sort. I shared it with a kid at a food stall a little further off the bottom of the stairs, while drinking a coconut's water. I can't say it tastes as good as it smells. Its yellowish texture is a bit like a mango, with a few large seeds. It's no Pinot, that's for sure. Those stairs left me somewhat wobbly, maybe because I was done within an hour, waking up my driver sleeping in his ...
... and pick up some fruit and then drop into Blue Pumpkin for quiche. Dinner in my room tonight methinks...
Saturday is generally an errand / me day depending on my family. Today there a little more structure to it as I'm having a pedicure and manicure, lunch with Bridget and Kathy and then meeting my Anjali students for dinner. So up, off and out. I need to print some photos too, get some money, go to spa and then meet at the bakery. Bodia is again a real ...
... a maze. I eventually start to feel a bit dizzy and walk like a zomby, it's time to exit and find the little boutique shops that are scattered.
Siem Reap centre is small so we manage to find Mekong quilts and the Khmer pottery shop. Both were on my list to visit so I am happy to find them.
There is nothing I want in the quilt shop.
I do make a purchase in the pottery shop though an 11th century balm pot. Of course they are replicas but it's quite lovely.