New Angkorland Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... used a guide here to explain the symbolism of everything but because the faces on the statues were just so beautifully preserved. Our guide turned out to be a keen photographer and made Vaughan and I stand in various poses to get just the right picture.
Moving through the forest and seeing how the forest was reclaiming many of the temples was also really amazing to behold and seemed as good a place as any to call it a day before ...
... but for the fact that the man had just become a father two days ago. Charya also took her car in for a service, and a couple of other faults were discovered, which involved stripping out some of the engine and replacing the steering. There was also some discussion about the rat that has recently started sleeping in the engine, and/ or, tearing out the ...
... of the "old monk" he was making small bracelets out of thread. I didn't buy one. Later I heard a different tour guide telling people "He is a fake, monks do not interact with the public or try to sell you things they would see it as an insult to Buddha"... Interesting.
There are children selling goods in every direction you could take. "Lady lady $1 for 10postcards" "Lady lady come see me shop I have top for you"
... shoulder bag for daytime as I only have my front pack and it started breaking as soon as our trip started! And many other little bits and bobs such as selfie stick, 'ray bans' for $3, a top, denim shorts, 2 other bags etc all coming to only about £25! Which is exactly why we saved all of our shopping for Cambodia! After our shopping spree we headed back for an early night as we are up extra early for Angkor Wat Sunrise, we have to be ready for ...
... the inner tower and were able to climb and explore this, traversing an extremely steep staircase to get unparalleled views of the temple from all directions.
After a good 20 mins of exploring the tower and taking dozens of photographs, we carefully climbed down the staircase and made our way back to the front to the pond to get "the money shot", the image of Angkor Wat reflected in the pond that adorns postcards and books ...