Golden Orange Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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This evening we went quad biking through the streets and countryside of Siem Reap. This was incredible, the rain was pouring, puddles over a foot deep and having to beep to get cows off the road was an experience I'll never forget. Finished off watching the sun set in the middle of a field! First time I've ever watched the sun rise and set in the same day, ...
... our tour. Boy did we pay for the antics the night before, the next day. We both had awful hangovers that prevented us from doing anything. After vowing to never drink again (until Laos) we had an early night and set lots of alarms with the intention of actually making the tour the next morning. 4am came round and the alarm blared through the room. We headed out to the inky black morning to our awaiting driver and his old rickety tuk tuk, who would be our guide for the morning, ...
... were closing and all i heard was 'JODIEEEE!!' being called by Yotam as they were being kicked out and i was still in the temple hahaha! We all then headed for some dinner and then some drinks at the famous Angkor What? bar.
Next morning it was an early start as we headed to Angkor Wat for sunrise....now this was rather disappointing as it was super cloudy so the sun just came up without the beautiful colours....but hey...never mind. We then ...
... nagas. There is still evidence of the jungle that once engulfed this temple; large trees grow out of the ruins similiar to those found in Ta Prohm but you don't get the crowds here. The name Preah Khan means 'Sacred Sword' and it was originally a Buddhist monastery. Next we visited the iconic Ta Prohm, built in the Bayon style in the late 12th century. It is an amazing place mainly because of the way trees are growing out of the ruins. These are mainly Silk Cotton trees ...