Kingdom Angkor Hotel
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... off to head north the road surface was pretty good. The drive to the boarder crossing took around 2 1/2 hours. The countryside was quite nice, flat, agricultural land with a few trees dotted around. The current main crop is a long root vegetable, like a potato, that is cut up and dried along the roadside, before being bagged up and exported to Thailand, where it is made into flour. ...
... five and began to climb the hill to the ruins at the summit. This was a novelty because, like so much of Cambodia that we have seen, Siem Reap district is very flat. I suppose this adds to the grandeur of many of the temples in the area; if you're standing on top, you are able to overlook the land all around you. The sunset was early because clouds obscured its last twenty minutes or so of decent. However, the view over the surrounding area was magnificent. At five thirty, a member ...
... never been on one before, how exciting my first time. He never told me but keep hold on your bags, OMG they move!
The tuk tuk driver was pointing out local places, schools, hospitals, temples etc. whilst I held on tight to my bag and had my suitcase between my feet.
Cambodians speeding past with their infants on their knees... oh gosh.
Its very very very dusty and I quickly noticed the locals had masks covering their faces, so I ...
We are at the Claremont Hotel, our home for the next 3 days. It is a nice place, and we have a big comfortable room. You can get a massage here for $8/hr which we will definitely take advantage of!
Tomorrow we meet at 8 am and head out to Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and Banteay Srei. We can't wait!
Oh yes, I wanted to say thanks to everyone who has left comments! We really like to get them and to know that our family and friends are enjoying the blog.
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Four hours was more than enough to see the main sites. There are many more smaller temples but after seeing the star attractions I had had more than enough to last me a lifetime. I have no idea how people manage with the multiple-day trips.
Toward the beginning of being in Angkor Wat we ended up crossing paths with a Monk in the temple gardens. Before I knew it, the Monk had whipped out his necklace and was waving it over me, chanting as he did so. ...