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Siem reap has been amazing, we have both thoroughly enjoyed ourselves while we have been here. To be honest I think it's one of the few places we didn't feel ready to leave as usually we are ready and raring to get to the next destination! Siem Reap is lively and laid-back at the same time, a stark contrast to the macabre memories we hold of Phnom …
When we arrived,they gave us a really nice welcome. The lodge had a beautiful pool with a jacuzzi.They had at little fish pond full of tadpoles and gold fish. We had to leave super early to visit Angkor Wat. All thempels together are as big as redwood city.The last day we went to a restaurant with traditional dances and if you want to see them look at my photos.
THEME: “Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.”
― Dr. Seuss
- one nice hotel with a nice pool
- One great hotpot
- three amazing and unique temples
- one great tuk tuk driver
- fruit vendors
- one morning bike ride
- one Aspara Dance show
Yesterday we hired a tuk-tuk driver for the day and headed to the Temples of Angkor, a large site housing 1000 temples built between 800 -1400 AD by the Khmer Empire. At the entrance gate we paid a 20$ fee, and asked the attendant there where the money went. She was shy and said she wasn't able to talk about it, but that the money didn't go to …
7-30 am start, already very warm. We began at Pre Rup temple. Built as a state temple of Khmer King Rajendravarman, dedicated in 961/962. The temple's name is fairly modern, meaning "turn the body". This reflects the modern belief that funerals were conducted here. It has a rusty red tone, quite different to the rest of the temple's in the area. …
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking