Amatao Tropical Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... border it was all very chaotic and badly organised, but we had been expecting that anyway so we were mentally prepared for it. All in all it wasn't too difficult, if slightly intimidating, but we got to Siem Reap successfully. The next few days we'll be spending exploring the Angkor Wat temples and relaxing a bit here. Will be nice to spend a few nights here without worrying about onward travel for a ...
... type bus. It was not particularly comfortable. The overnight buses in Vietnam were way more comfortable to sleep on. The chairs on this bus did not recline nearly as far, nor was there any sort of comfortable space for your feet. They had footrests but they were actually too short for my legs - and I'm a short person! I can't imagine what they were like for taller people. At least the headrests adjusted. I started reading a book for ...
... children who's families can't for the foreseeable future look after them or give them the upbringing they need, or In some cases there is no family. HVC looks after the children through social care with their families as well as providing them with an education. In the long run there aim is to re-integrate the children with their families, because that is believed to be the best thing ...
... this has only happened once or twice as most restaurants do vegetable side dishes and I normally order a few of those but it has happened and I've no doubt it will happen again. Same with chillis. I have accepted that it is out of my control and am going for the 'as long as I can't see it it isn't there' principle when it comes to sauces etc. as it simply doesn't translate through the language barrier. I'm looking forward to England where I know what I'm eating ...
... that frustrating bit, we came to Siem Reap to see one of the seven wonders of the world; Angkor Wat. We had 3 full days ahead of ourselves and I'm sure our itinerary changed about 4 times during the 3 days.
Day 1- We hired a tuk tuk driver as well as a tour guide for the first day of exploration. To sit and talk about all the historical significance of the area would take much longer than a few days but we figured 3 days would be adequate for us. On our first day ...