City Angkor Hotel
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Today we left Siem Reap for Phnom Pen, a 5 hour drive through the countryside on the International Highway to the capital. Along the way our driver Dong, who picked us up from the airport a few days ago, tells us all about his love for his King, but has nothing good to say about America, Vietnam or the current Cambodian Prime Minister. ( we think that's what he was saying anyway, sometimes his English failed him, and you can imagine Anne and I trying to ...
... had arranged with our hotel to get a tuk tuk driver for the day to take us around because the temples are huge and spread out. We also decided we wanted to go early enough to see the sunrise above Ankor Wat, so we got picked up at 5am by our tuk tuk man, Mr Sunley. We got to Ankor Wat within about 45 minutes, and went to go find a spot to watch the sunrise. We found a great spot, near a patch of water/mini lake so the temple and sunrise reflected in the water. If you ...
... left, and Juan keen for us to make the most of our money having (quite expensively) paid the hostel for tuk-tuk use, we decided to finish off the Angkor Thom temples. Having seen Bayon yesterday, it was the surrounding smaller temples, gates and terraces that combined make Angkor Thom special as a whole. With four huge gates lined with 56 gods and giants marking the boundary, we passed Bayon again on our way to Elephant Terrace. We actually ...
Arrived at the airport, and got visa on arrival. Very sketchy interesting way the airport works.... What goes for one doesn't seem to go for another! Got a tuk-tuk to Funky Flashpacker hostel and met our driver Sambo, who was very nice and we organised to use him for the next day. Dorm of approx 25 people, clean double bunk beds with little bed side light and drench showers. Realising how cheap things are! $1.50 average dinner out and $1 can of beer Angkor ...
... started the restorations. They saved Angkor from the jungle! The temples are surrounded by dense forest and one of them, Ta Prohm, was left in a state with big trees growing out and through the buildings. Silk cotton wood and strangler figs are dominant. Looking at the effect of nature against human structure you can see that nature clearly has the upper hand. It also shows the huge efforts still necessary to keep these temples preserved. ...