Mysteres d'Angkor Siem Reap Lodge
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... lunch. Afternoon spent at Tonle Sap Lake where we explored the floating village. Prior to this we stopped at the village's Chong Khneas Elementary School. Cocktails and dinner poolside at Apsaras Terrace where we had authentic Cambodian ...
Sunday 1st February
Woke up and went for breakfast in the hotel. Great selection of food so we had a really nice meal. Our guide, Sukon, and driver, Seal, met us at 7:30 to take us to Angkor Thom. To get there we had to pass the main temple of Angkor Wat, there were hundreds of tourists about. One the beauties of touring with Audley is that their guides know how to avoid the major crowds. This was the reason for not going to Angkor Wat in the morning.
... at the Shinta Mani so the challenge may continue but we will see on that one.
Now in all fairness, after a day like that how could I not offer to join Marilyn for a mango marguerita? It would be so cruel and selfish... We agree to meet at 6:30. I am particularly hot and dirty and in dire need of a shower. It has not been hot but today I can feel the sweat running down my back and I do have to peel my clothes off my sticky body. Marilyn is a bit late and stressed as her ...
Up at 6:30 for the flight New Year's Day only to find out on arrival at the airport the flight was cancelled! This meant a joyous 8 hour wait, nursing hangovers stuck in the airport!
Finally landing in Siem Reap, Cambodia we queued up for our visas, not having passport photos we were 'fined' a whopping $1 each and we were on our way in the Tuk Tuk to the hotel!
We dropped our bags off and to the market ...
... stamp stamp...we are done. So funny!! I thanked the lady afterward and she said it is so stupid, but it works and she never has to go back to fill out different things. Hey whatever works.
On the plane, there was a large group of Korean university students and one of their young men sat next to us. He shared that their group had been in Siem Reap for 10 days helping build a school. He was so polite, well spoken and such a pleasure ...