Princess Angkor Hotel
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... of town with a couple streets blocked off where street vendors are literally out on the street. A large majority of the restaurants are pizza pubs or Cambodian BBQ joints. Most of the street food seems to be fresh fruit juice or smoothies and sweet crepe like pancakes. None of this really appeals to us so we head back towards the hotel...Erin spots a little alley that seems packed with small restaurants. We stop at a Khmer Place ...
... you had to drive through.We arrived at Ta Prohm and walked around for 45 minutes, taking pictures and marvelling a the enormous trees that were growing on the roof of different parts of the temple. The roots had made their way down the walls over the years and twisted through the deteriorating ruins. Apparently this temple had been restored, but a large majority of number stones still lined the walls and some of the passages were stacked with stones that hadn’t ...
... of more adventure down at the night market - basically a tourist trap to buy tat for home, rip-off brands galore, and Pub Street like Bourbon Street in NOA on a quiet night (less the peeing/barfing TG). Once we returned to the hotel, a large stein of Tiger and some Nibbles started off our next adventure hunt! Proved very difficult to know which direction to go next, for how long, and what mode of transport - choices, choices - sometimes having no agenda is a ...
Today we leave Siem Reap to board the amaLotus river boat for a seven-day cruise down the Mekong River. This also begins the business part of the trip for Jay.
I've uploaded a day's worth of photos to SmugMug. You can find them here:
I warn you -- it's A LOT of photos, and I haven't edited them. Enter at your own risk!
... temple and rather beautifully, the least interfered with in terms of preservation and restoration, this large temple complex provided more of a rural exploration experience. Wooden walkways ended after the first enclosure and you were required to clamber over collapsed walls and under crumbling pillar-supported walkways to see the whole area.
Trees and other vegetation have run riot over the past nine centuries, forcing their way around (or through) ...