Mysteres d'Angkor Siem Reap Lodge
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... yoga mat. Luckily, I don't NEED a mat to practice, but I've had this Wal-Mart mat since I started yoga and it's become more of a sentimental thing. (TRYING to practice my non-attachment)Anyway, I've heard that while in Siem Reap (home of Angkor Wat) the coolest thing to do it see the sunrise over the temple, but I'm more of a sunset kind of girl, so I'm going to try and catch the sunset over Angkor.
... garbled, but I understood that I was meant to
sign in and that there were certain rules at the guesthouse: The restaurant
attached to the guesthouse is open only at certain times and the black gate
closes at night. After the gate, the restaurant is the first thing you walk
through. The restaurant area is filled with tables and low sitting chairs. At
the back of the space in front of the first building is the reception desk.
This is where they log check-ins ...
... and I t was difficult to stick together all the time. It is sometimes best to just meet back at the Tuk Tuk at a certain time if you are with some people. A few times there was a local Cambodian hanging out in the temple and for tips they will show you all over the grounds and tell you the history as well as show you where to take the best pictures. I appreciated that and usually tipped $5. On the first day we did the small loop. We saw monkeys (could have been ...
... out of their picture, so they could get a clear shot. I was taking a picture somewhere and one lady gently pushed me out of the way because she wanted to pose there for a picture. I'm sure they are not all like that, but there are a lot that have been very rude and disrespectful. Once we were done at this temple, our tuk tuk driver recommended a different temple to go to. So, off we went. The temple the driver recommended was so nice. It was less busy and gorgeous, as they ...
... of tourists, street vendors, tuk-tuks, motorcycles, massage businesses and foot bath places where little fish nibble the dead skin off of your feet. It is party central and as the evening goes on the bars try to out blast each other with their music. On our bikes rides to and from work we see not only a variety of vehicles on the road, but what is really interesting is what people carry on their vehicles. ...