- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a taxi driver to take us to the airport but it was the morning rush hour so traffic was horrendous. He drove fast when he could, making this another hairy taxi journey. He loved Nicki Minaj and Rihanna, also played a bit of one direction lol. We hit Mc Donalds and Starbucks when we arrived. I also had a cheeky krispy kreme doughnut, how could I not when they were only 35 baht each, that's like 80p! The flight was a quick 1 hour pleasant journey, I could get used ...
... the kids through. I went through, caught up with Tanja and asked her for some cash as the guy still had our passports. I think I gave him $10US which I'm sure will just perpetuate this practise. Vanna was at the gate with a sign saying "Tanja" so we met him and he put us in a minibus to take us to the hotel. The streets of Siem Reap were potholed and wet from the downpour, but it didn't seem to stop the number of motorbikes, mopeds and bicycles on the ...
... buildings such as the library; other parts were being restored by teams from Germany, Japan and China.
The wildest of all the temples we've seen was Ta Prohm, called now Tomb Raider after the movie with Angelina Jolie. I think it is the most picturesque temple because it is “eaten” by the jungle. The trees grow on the roof, the roots come out of the windows ...
So on the 17th I finally arrived in Siem Reap early in the morning and was met at the airport by the tuk tuk driver and the founder of the school who is called Radi. You won't believe this after my story about missing my first flight from Kuala Lumpur to Siem Reap on the 16th and being stuck in Malaysia for a night... but on the 17th (my second attempt) I had some more problems at the airport! I only had a little Malaysian ...
... Wat, it is only one of the many impressive temples in the area. We spent a few days visiting these temples including the Buddhist temple of Bayon, a site with over two hundred faces carved in stone. The "tomb raider" site of Ta Prohm was also a beautiful temple engrossed within large "spung" trees that have wrapped themselves around pillars and doors. The victory gates surrounding Angkor Thom boasted intricately carved faces that pointed in all four directions. After ...