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... me my change in six U.S.dollars and 4,000 riel. It looks like this place makes even Thailand look expensive. 60 minute massages are $1, pedicures are $2... The area I'm in is very "hippie" in general, and "happy pizza" is advertised everywhere. I feel a bit old but oh well!
Okay, it's after midnight and I have things I want to do before Mr. Hao picks me up to take me to Angkor Wat in the morning!
... good condition considering it's age (about 800-900 years old), and that it had been left to the ravages of the jungle for much of recent history. Nearly all the walls are carved, either large statues of garuda's or deities, or more intricate carvings, some decorative other spanning the lengths of walls telling stories of wars or gods.
There are three main levels, as you pass through each one you get incrementally higher, climbing steep steps. ...
... the relief pictures and decoration to be carved. The Khmer built the temples in the Angkor region between the 9th and 15th centuries. The older temples were built to honour the Hindu gods and the newer temples were built to honour Buddha. All of the temples have been restored to some degree. There are significant signs of ruin and weathering on what remains of the temple areas that was not restored. Each temple is unique, but they all shared a ...
... the road and Nath reported that he had the BEST chicken fried rice ever. So that is fried rice for breakfast and lunch, at least he has stopped eating burgers I suppose. MM Went to night markets before dinner and Nath just wasn't happy until he had bought another soccer shirt. He did do better at bartering this time though. Hopefully he can stop now as he will have no money left for the rest of the trip! He also had fried rice for dinner making it a hat trick. ...
... age children kept at the markets for that very purpose. During the last stage of our journey, we were educated about child exploitation, love and sex without payment and the latest scam where mothers of young babies ask you to buy them milk for the child. They en sell it back to the shop for less than purchased but a win win to both beggar and shop keeper. Thirty minutes to check in at the Claremont Angkor Hotel, wash and meet out in the foyer. We all ...