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We left at 7:30 to go for our cart ride (local transportation experience). We were way out in the country, on very narrow roads.
When we arrived, we had to climb, two to a cart and sit back-to-back. This was the most comfortable way to travel, although one of us was only seeing where we had been. We had to keep our hands away from the …
... temple then, Banteay Srei, known as the Women's Temple. It's famous for the intricate carvings on nearly every wall, many of which are of female deities, hence the name. Two more smaller temples, Eastern Mebon and Pre Rup, followed this one before we called it a day. They'll be remembered for their fantastically elaborate carvings, steep stair climbs and the stone elephants guarding the four corners of Eastern Mebon.
We were accosted ...
... chanting while doing so. We then moved to the steps where we sat with our backs to the monk. For ten-fifteen minutes the monk chanted and threw ladles of water from a cistern at us. It was a shock every time we were hit with the water - it was cold and there was so much that it was pouring down our heads and we were drenched by the end of it. When I got back to Grace House I went down the road to a little shack where they did bicycle repairs. The ...