Angkor Holiday Hotel
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Leave at 8am after breakfast. Lots of Northern Wendy Woo people and Viking river cruises on two battle buses-not easy to get out! Loo stop then another at the spider village-stayed on the bus to avoid contact with tarantulas Lunch stop in bamboo huts on the edge of the lake. Very bouncy and long drive! Finally arrived at Angkor Holiday Hotel around …
... peaceful contemplation but all too soon the crowds return and we descend, happy to have enjoyed the peace of the inner sanctum. Now we decide to visit the four pools which once were full of holy water. I decide to sit and look at the carvings in ancient languages carved in to the rock and look up to the ceiling. Here I had a great surprise and called Martin for a look. We somehow missed decorative work well preserved with paint. We remedy that omission ...
... common to cycle around the temples- although its VERY hard work. We embarked on the 'mini tour' which included Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom (The one used in the Tomb Raider film), Victory Gate, Thommanom, Chau Say Thevoda, Ta Keo, Ta Prohm, Banteay Kdei, Sras Srang and a sunst visit to Prasat Kravan. Phew! The first lot, minus the sunset one, took us 6 hours of walking aorund. Luckily our driver provided free water! The kids did brilliantly. Ru was in the sling and pretty happy most ...
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Walking distance to the centre and night markets
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