Auberge Mont-Royal D'Angkor
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... It was $5 entry which is a lot when that's what we are paying for accommodation so we snuck through the jungle. We went one way and a crazy lady (who was just like the crazy lady on The Beach) came running out of her house screaming at us for being on her land. So we quickly ran in the other direction and snuck around through the sea and rocks (which I think I must have banged my knee on because I have the worst bruise!). We spent the rest of the night ...
... faces covered in brown make-up, and scarves tied around their heads, to depict that they were from the countryside. Kneeling around them on all fours, were the smallest children, dressed in white, with tinsel around their heads, depicting sheep. As the shepherds went off to find the baby Jesus, the sheep followed them on hands and knees. Next to arrive was the angel Gabriel and several other Angels, all dancing and fluttering around, waving their arms and ...
The sun rise was epic. We almost missed it because I didn't know how to change the gears on the bicycle so I was pedalling twice as hard! We then proceeded to bike around the three main temples. They were fascinating and have great Buddhist stories behind each one. There are also a bunch of temples there but we missed them as it was a "same same but different" scenario. I love architecture and I find ...
... Another delicious buffet lunch later (including the best soup I can remember tasting) overlooking Ton Sap lake, we made our way to the Quad bikes. Although a little lower on adrenaline (we were only allowed to cruise at the same speed as our guides), and morally dubious given its potential impact on the environment, we still had a great time riding around the farmlands, high fiving locals wherever we could. The highlight of the afternoon, however, took place off the bikes as ...
... tour guide who showed us round. We went for a drink after and about 10 children came up to us selling keyring postcards etc. And they didnt take no for an answer!!! All speak english which is crazy. My faviourite temple was the one with all the trees inside. We then went up to a temple at the op of a hill for sunset. It was full of chinese tourists but was a great view for some pics. ...