City Angkor Hotel
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Directly in front of the temples are huge lotus ponds where everyone congregates to watch the sunrise. It isn't one of those wow sunrises or sunsets like you get in the Florida keys more a gradual lightening of the complex slowly allowing the buildings to reveal themselves and their glory.
Meanwhile kids everywhere are trying to part you with your money and everyone is trying to get you to go to their cafes. Don't ...
... Penh which we assumed was just a stop to drop off passengers and pick up some new ones - turns out no, we were hurried off the bus and into a tuk tuk to be whizzed (as fast a Phnom Penh traffic would allow) to a different bus station to board a bus that was supposed to have left at 2pm. From here is when the day headed downhill. Our information was that the trip should take 5 maybe 6 hours so we would be there by 8 or 9 at the latest given that the other bus had already added an ...
... even inside the temples.
The number and sheer size of the temples was simply surreal. Historians have counted more than 1000 temples in the area. Angkor is one of these rare spots around the world where humans completely achieved the glorification of the divine. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. The bicycle ride was the best part of it, since we could enjoy the scenery at our own pace. The only problem was the heat, as we sweated 2 big bottles of water ...
... less than 10 years old. Most houses have electricity and the kids playing in front of them are happily riding around on the bikes or playing catch-me-if-you-can.
When it got dark around 6pm it started raining pretty hard and about 30 km before Siem Reap we were forced to slow our cruising speed due to many pot holes and tree branches on the street.
Approaching Siem Reap I was surprised how vast the city is and even more surprised to see that ...
... performers and pose with them for photos at the end. All of which you couldn't help but enjoy and, with the few beers that followed in the Pub Street wall of noise, meant for a delightful final evening in Siem Reap. 10) Travel by Ebike We were (I was) still bearing the emotional scars of our bus mistreatment at the border and so decided on paying over the odds for all remaining bus travel in the region. Thus we left Siem Reap by 'Limousine' bus (I have ridden by limousine ...