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... situation, he realised he was not going to get the money. It was early and I was just about to ask him what the menu was for breakfast as the sun was well and truly up and I was tired of arguing but he ended up just unlocking the chain and we were felt free as a bird. Following day saw us go to the temples of Ankor Wat, and wow. This was a highlight to see these temples from around 1100ad. The temples were built for old emperors of Thailand and are so extravagant some of them took ...
... Reap, being the Pub Street one of the best options to go to a bar and grab a drink. From there you can jump afterwards to a disco around the area. You can find Cambodian local draught beer for as little as USD 0,50.
Day 1: June 16, 2014
We arrived late from Phnom Penh at about 20.30. We had a reservation in Lotus Blanc Resort which I booked trough a new website called Hotel Quick which offers you just a few hotels and just on the day ...
... 8217;ve arrived in Cambodia after a flight detour via HoChiMinh City, Vietnam. After lounging there for an hour I’ve embarked on the small flight to Sieam Reap which is filled with tourists. I’ve met 2 Japanese ladies (older pbbly in their fourties) who chatted it up with me. Japansese are always so polite and nice.
I’ve received an on-line visa ...
... the direction of death. It is said that's the construction of this temple involved 300,000 workers and 6000 elephants! On the day we visited Angkor temples, the alarm went off at 3.50am and I bounced out of bed straight to the cold water shower then we headed downstairs to meet out tuk tuk driver Kat. Our tuk tuk was a motor cycle with a carriage attached to the back of it. The carriage had a roof but open sides and was generally quite comfortable. After buying ...
... just nice folk.
Finally, we returned to a Phnom Penh that was largely closed. The roads were quiet with far fewer tuk-tuks and only the occasional Happy Pizza house operating. Our decision to go to Siem Reap for new year as a good one.