Borann, l'Auberge des Temples
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I woke up with griping pains in tummy and sharp pains in my head this morning. Yuk! I got started with the rehydration salts and a couple of thimblefuls of what we like to call Hilda's medicine - Hilda swears by a thimbleful of brandy to keep tummy bugs at bay when she's abroad and I had brought a litre and a half in a Robinson's squash bottle (which confused Kate mightily) for medicinal purposes only, of course. Getting ill is hardly surprising as we are handling ...
... and visited for a bit. Then we had to settle our bill for the room and try to fit in a short swim. I managed to get in the pool for about 5 mins. and then had to run as Natalie came out to say the Tuk Tuk arrived. Quick shower to wash off the salt from the pool and throw last minute things in bag and get bags on the Tuk Tuk. We were completely overloaded on the Tuk Tuk. A few photos and a few more goodbyes to Astrid, Sriymom and Sophea then we were on our way ...
... had a local beef dish and Bennett tried frogs which we all had a bit of and it really did taste like chicken! 14/3/15 We got up at 4.45am to get to Angkor Wat for sunrise! We had our tuk tuk driver 'Lucky' for the whole day, and between temples we would find him asleep in his hammock hung in the back of the tuk tuk! The temples were incredible! It was an amazing display of architecture versus nature ...
On Monday, instead of going to work, Natalie and I attended a workshop on child protection which is held regularly for volunteers who are working in programs for children in Cambodia. The workshop was held up on the third floor of a book cafe downtown. We had to climb up two very narrow, steep staircases to get to the third floor. It was very hot up there, but there were several fans going and the one end of ...
... its a very noisy insect.
The temple itself has changed since we last visited, now wooden boardwalks and fences mark where you can walk and places for people to take selfies. It seems to detract from the wildness of the place, but I guess it's to protect the building from over eager tourists.
It was getting later in the afternoon and we wanted to get somewhere to see sunset. Angkor Wat is the iconic spot to do so, but you'll also be in ...