La Palmeraie d'Angkor
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So today was an early start, my alarm went off at 6.30 am ready for breakfast and a shower before we left for school in the tuk tuk at 7.30 am. The weather was really nice today, cloudy and quite a cool temperature, which is ideal to work in. When we arrived at school the children were as always full of energy ready to learn, which is a lovely welcome on a Monday morning :) the day was really fun, we played lots of games ...
... is 15 to 20 metres high.
On the way back we headed to Butterfly centre. Learning about the life cycle of butterfly. Butterfly on lives about 2 weeks. Pretty butterflies in the park.
Angkor National Museum was comprehensive and modern. Exhibits the complete history of Cambodia and its artifact.
... everything I hoped it would be and more. I’ve met the nicest and most interesting people, made some great friends, seen, eaten and done amazing things and have had SUCH a fun time! I almost hate to write this since I’m not actually safe and sound in my house yet, but NOTHING bad has happened to me along the way. I’ve made every plane, train, boat, bus connection (ok, sometimes with literally 0 seconds to spare), didn’t get robbed, ...
... Hive owned by an Australian couple. They cook good and healthy food and for desert we go to the best Ice cream place in Siem Reap called Blue Pumpkin. Full of delicious treats we continue exploring the temples complex until sunset. For dinner we try traditional Khmer food and at 10 PM we meet the Indonesian ambassador and have a drink around Pub Street.
Too excited to sleep we go back to the Ankor Wat. We want to see and feel this grand place at night. ...