City Angkor Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... far to walk. So the tuk tuk driver and I argued for forever before I finally got him to agree to $3 to take me to my hostel. I wanted that price because that's what I had in US dollars in my easy-to-access purse. Got to the hostel and checked in. I'm staying at "The Siem Reap Hostel" on the recommendation of someone I met at some point. It's pretty nice - they've got a great common area on the first floor and a pool. And they have ...
... several hundred years called Angkor. At the start of this period the principal faith was Hinduism but it changed to Buddhism as it spread from India. The self-appointed Godkings of the period built successive temples to connect themselves and their power to the presiding deity and faith, they were literally meant to be a reflection of heaven on earth. These temples were part of a complex city of over a million people, much bigger than London at the time. As is the way ...
... but not as steep as at Wat Arun I don't think). It was a good view from this level. Oh, that reminds me of something Sovann mentioned yesterday. We passed a lot of really nice hotels yesterday and today, but none of them are more than 5 stories or so. That's because no building in Siem Reap can be taller than Angkor Wat. The moats surrounding Angkor Wat are truly enormous, and are another reason to be awed by the engineering that went into the construction of Angkor Wat, more ...
... way we stopped at a kampot pepper farm. We got a little tour of the farm by this old man that reminded me of my Opa. He was a very kind talkative man that enjoyed the simple joys in life like watching the chicken and its chicklets run around. For lunch we tried out the crab with green kampot pepper sauce. It was amazingly delicious. The best crab I ever had. We even had a beautiful ocean view as we sat and ate.
We arrived in Sihanoukville by bus. Supposedly this is ...
... we found it most satisfying to enjoy such a lovely but cheap dinner perched up on tiny playgroup esc furniture. After a couple of days we decided to head to Siem reap, North of Cambodia, via bus. The journey was suppose to take 6 hours, but in total it was nearer 10. They claim to provide VIP buses - they are anything but. We managed to get a seat which had extra leg room but was shallower than normal seats so we had to half sit/half lie. This was accompanied by a constant stream ...