La Palmeraie d'Angkor
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... by far was Angkor Thom, left to the effects of nature...mystical overgrown place. Amazing. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ta_Prohm
The photos labeled "1" are generally from the first day when we toured the 'outer' circle or grand tour, "2" from the 'inner' circle or mini tour. Day "3" we cruised around looking at things we had missed
I can arrange Tuk Tuk, please call 0402 xxx xxx. Good price for ...
... the many “local” restaurants. Of course, they adapted the meals for foreigners in order to sell more, but the food was good and cheap. We ate like kings for USD 3 per person.
We took our time to shop around; I mean to walk around because when it comes to shopping we didn’t buy almost anything, just some sunglasses and some pants for Tez. We ended up going home at around 21.00.
Day 3: June 18, 2014
We got up early at 4.45 in order to ...
... Reap tonight.' Uh, what?! We had paid to get to Siem Reap. He said it again and said that Siem Reap people would have to spend the night somewhere if they didn't get off and pay$15 each for the minivan.
We got off the bus and then I went OFF on the guy, causing him to tell me that he wouldn't listen and I was hurting his feelings, insulting his bus company. Whatever buddy, you are ripping us off! I realize my anger was misplaced and ...
... he was extremely rude and he moved his face closer to mine with an angry stare. I moved back and raised my voice to the other tourists in the room warning them of the scam and advising against travel with him. They either had their visas already or were too naive and scared to stand up for themselves as everything about this company was dodgy. I'm just glad we didn't add to his pocket by paying the inflated visa processing fee he would have offered. Furious, I even gave him the finger ...
... embracing a disdain for monkeys. The guide mentioned how the river we were stopped at had crocodiles, to which my friend said to me, "Throw the monkey in! I want to see a crocodile!" There were also wild monkeys nearby. From Siem Reap we made our way overland back to Bangkok for her return flight home and my continuation on to China. I met back up with the based damn people in all the land, Tim, Patricia, and Maddy Fretwell for a few days and prepared myself for the John and Qiao ...