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... at paintings but really don't think there is anywhere at home to put one.
So with broken feet and a big thirst we start the walk home.....but stumble a cross The Blue Pumpkin. Wow, I had read to go here in Phnom Penh for ice cream and we didn't....not realising they had one here in Siem reap.
In we go, thinking it's a massage place as there are big sofas with sheets that you climb up on and have like a bed tray to put your food on. Who wants a drink when we spot lime ...
... will be working with one boy aged 10, and two girls aged 13 and 15. Today we sort of winged it, as we didn't know how much English they already knew so it was a little difficult to plan anything. Also, its quite clear that these children aren't used to having much of a structured day of lessons, so occasionally one of them would walk off and start singing My Heart Will Go On. Their English isn't too bad though, so at least we can have basic conversations with them.
... a kitty to tip all our support guides. A total of $19US each was very reasonable for the duration on 9 days in Cambodia. Payment was required and Rose had booked a local show and buffet for those who wanted to attend. Exhausted Madi and I went. We travelled by a Cambodian version of the Tuk Tuk to the Jasmine Angkor Restaurant where we enjoyed the meal and show. The girls looked like dolls and the show was a story we could all follow. First full day and ...
... the town, we're here to see Angkor Wat, and there are no disappointments there.
We went to Angkor Wat at sunset and were there again and looking around the other temples from sunrise with the aid of another friendly tuk tuk driver. I love the sunrise, there is nothing like it.
Again, I'm not going to describe all of the Angkor Archaeological Park to you - you can check out my album on Facebook, or just Google it, and get a load of all the different Tomb Raidery ...
... 5 miles of peripheral villages and jungle before finally reaching Cambodia’s most famous temple. I couldn’t help but say “wow” as we stopped at the edge of the moat, the top of Angkor Wat visible a mile or so in the distance. I was on a high already and I hadn’t even got close to it.
We crossed the 200 metre wide moat via a sandstone causeway to the main entrance – 3 ruined ...