Angkor Paradise Hotel
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... their version of hacky sack with what looked like a badmington ball with a feather attached was fascinating. Phil even had a go, kind of :) At this point we decided we were going to head back to the hotel. The heat had kicked in well and truely by then and Miss A had done an awesome effort but was clearly over it. Water and cool cloths were produced by the drivers which were all appreciated by all. Mum had been speaking to her driver and it ...
... Ankor Wat which were all enclosed within the huge mote that runs around the outside. The next two Bayon and Baphuon were smaller long in length temples and then the second biggest temple was Ankor Thom. 10sq Km in size built by a great king. The last one we explored was the Ta Prohm. This is overpowered by the jungle as ancient trees had ripped through the temple making it look almost like ruins, but still incredible to see the power that these roots must have. After having ...
... on his ABCs. We paid $40 US for a 3 day pass To Angkor Wat. Everything we've seen is listed in US dollars and it seems that is almost their preferred currency opposed to the Khmer Riel. First impression of Angkor Wat? Wow. Definitely a must see in a lifetime. As the day wore on, the temperature picked up. This was probably the first day that there was sun. Every other day has been cloudy and hot. It was very tough for the cooling towels to stay wet today. It is free for ...
... mention it is hot? Upper 90's hot...and the stone reflects and retains it all.Ta Prohm Temple was the site from the movie, Tomb Raider. We didn't see Angelina Jolie but we had a blast exploring the temple that is being reclaimed by the jungle.Ta Nei is one of the smaller temples. The tropical birds in the jungle added to the ambiance of exploring this temple.Literally drained and completely psyched we headed back to the nearby city, Siem Reap to relax.Cambodia is an ...
... how those words look as actions. Eventually I had them practice the words in raindrops I'd drawn on blue paper. I set the pace for biking on the way to work and the way back, and apparently when I'm leading I bike a hell of a lot faster. We managed to get home in just over 10 minutes! I'm going to mostly chalk that up to the prospect of jumping in a pool being excellent motivation. Unfortunately when we got home they were about to start fumigating the whole area, ...