- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... me and Lynne are on our own (!!) In a small hotel in Siem Reap run by an eccentric Italian who used to live in Portsmouth. I must say, -it felt very strange booking a room for two, and then setting out (after a few confusing phone calls) in a tuk tuk to find the school, which has no proper address. (Apparently you really need to be a Cambodian, and from Siem Reap to understand the bizarre directions). After an extremely bouncy ride across town we pass through some ...
... temple. Some of them seemed to be integrated into the building itself. The last temple that we went to was Angkar Wat which is the most famous temple, mostly due to it's size. A moat around the entire temple was 1.3km by 1.6km and was almost 100m across. The architecture was simpler than the previous two and the carvings weren't quite as intricate. The size, however, was impressive. Most people try and see the temple at sunrise and sunset, however, during the rainy ...
... these were enough for one day. All 3 of them were very different and had different things that made them interesting and unique. Angkor Wat is the most famous (obviously) and the biggest ( but not the oldest or the most important as our guide must have mentioned 17 different times. He droned on and on and on and most of us stopped listening - he didn't read his audience very well! Generally I can listen for about 10 minutes before I blank out, in the heat ...
We woke up for our last day in Vietnam. It went by quick and Vietnam is really a great place to visit. We walked the old city. We went to st Joesphs cathedral (yes it was under construction ) We went to a 3 story market. They sell EVERYTHING!!! From boxes to shoes to live or not so live animals! There was an entire block of nothing but party decorations! A silver street, ...
... wet season you travel around by boat and they take all the cattle up to higher ground.We spent the best part of the next 3 hours cycling around the islands village getting high fives from all the kids, which is bloody hard when your trying to ride a rickety old bike. We stopped at a monastery where a group of local kids where having there English lessons. Te class of young children was taught by 14year old girls ...