Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa
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... process and then the opportunity for shopping.
The funny thing was that the peddlers that were at the monastery this morning and the same children were also at the silver shop, trying to sell their stuff before we could get in the shop.
There were plenty of people that assisted the community, sadly I am not one. We continue our walk along the road passing houses where the people are tapping away decorating the bowls and vases that they will eventually ...
... up we enjoyed the company of about 500 other tourists, and many locals selling fans, scarves, pants, and breakfast. All in all, a very fun experience. This day was full of seeing some of the smaller temples.
After a short stop back at Ta Prohm, to see it with fewer people, then we visited Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Som, and East Mebon. All were in various states of repair or disrepair, (most of the temples at Angkor are being repaired by funding ...
... bar and met yet more people from kampot.
The next day involved a lot more pool time untill the evening when with ukip in tow went to see the circus. It was an amazing show full of acrobats amd gymnastics. The performers were very funny and dramatic alot of winking and blowing kisses involved. Zoe definately pulled!
This morning I woke up with a ******* painful hangover, I woke up at 6 o'clock and went downstairs to throw up. I was drinking patron all night and drank like 70% of a 750ml bottle. Wandered half dead to a pharmacy and brought some high powered drugs. Chang then took us to the market where we brought beef and vegetables, he then took us to his house and his wife cooked us the food we just brought. We went back to the room and smoked before going to ...
We finished eating and the French girl and I went to buy train tickets. He joined us at the ticketing desk and we got onto the 3rd class train to Bangkok, we were starting at one end of the line and ending at the other end of it. Total journey time: 7 hours. No aircon. This was going to be fun.
I sat and blogged, read my book and then attempted to nap in awkward positions. Edd spent most of his time taking photos of things and hanging out of the ...