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A gentle tapping on our door heralded the start of the day at 0430. The steaming hot coffee that ensued helped us to prepare for one of the most awaited days of our adventure. We met our guide Yoko (yes, really - actually called Yokohama) and soon we were whizzing our way through the near deserted streets of Siem Reap in the hotel's remork, a type of tuk-tuk. Destination - the East Gate, VIP entrance of Angkor Wat. We parked up ...
... 2 that had also been left to the jungle but were nowhere near as popular as Ta Prohm. These were really enjoyable to walk around and it was great to see the temple and jungle without being trampled by a herd of chinese people!! having looked around all but the 2 main temples, Bayon and Angkor Wat itself we were glad that we had left them to the end. Bayon is massive! It was our favorite temple even including Angkor Wat. It just had something about it. It was made up of 37 towers ...
... She is now a beautiful, intelligent young woman working at an NGO, studying accounting at university and planning to get married later this year. I am delighted to get to know her this time. Hansein is 12 and has only recently moved from the village to Siem Reap but under Rachana's wing she seems to be doing well and has also grown into a lovely young lady. I find it hard to believe my children are now all young adults! After lunch we have frozen yoghurt which they all wolfed down ...
... Cute as. The rest of the day we spent riding around the complex, it was lovely, it wasn't overcrowded and there was no hassle it was just really peaceful. We actually managed to see all the main temples in those two days so got a bit more time to spend in the city. If it weren't for the sore bums we could have meandered around there all week long it was that impressive.
We loved Siem Reap, we actually agreed it was one of those places you could see ...
... a fixed location. It moves in and out with the level of the lake. During the wet season, it can move closer to the road. As the lake level drops, it must move further out to remain floating. I had read on a TripAdvisor post that during the height of the dry season, it is possible to drive all the way to the village but I think that the writer was confused as to what the actual village was because the truly floating part of the village did not look like it would have ...