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... We spent a total of 3 days visiting the Khmer temples. Day 1 we toured 7 temples: Angkor Wat, Banteay Kdei, Srah Srang (lake), Ta Prohm (Tomb Raider movie filmed here), Ta Keo, Chau Say Teuoda and Phnom Bakhens. Day 2 we toured 10 temples: Bayon, Angkor Thom, Baphuon, Terrace of Elephants, Terrace of Leper Kings, Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Som, East Mebon and Pre Rup. Day 3 we toured 4 temples: Banteay Sri, Banteay Samre, Bakons and ...
... walking across the bridge over the moat, towards a barely visible silhouette of the mighty Angkor Wat. We settled on the right side of the lotus pond, as it was already lined about 10 people deep with tourists trying to capture the classic 'Angkor Wat reflection in the lotus pond' photo. It only took about 25 minutes for the sun to rise, so we got some pretty cool photos and then set off before everyone else to get inside. It was actually really peaceful and there ...
... well-paved two lane highway, we went through one human establishment of any size, a small town about halfway there. Other than that it was nothing but countryside. There were no houses, no small clusters of dwellings in the distance - NOTHING. It was a little weird. But well, Cambodia has had a rough history in the past forty years.
Got in to Siem Reap and yes, they dropped us about seven kilometers from the city center - ...
... to pay for this for no reason, thanks. Scam number four was my personal favourite... Dying for the loo I was pointed to a wooden shack behind the border control office and right as I was about to go in, a little girl no older than six years old forced herself in front of the door an uttered the words in impressively good English, 'give me money, toilet money'. I laughed and tried to enter but she wasn't letting me. She proceeded to demand 2000 kip, then 4000 (which I don't ...
... arriving in Cambodia was filmed from here!
And here I was staring at the same view but through my telescopic camera lens. I was blown away by it. Behind me, the sunset was still high up in the sky. It was time for me to head over to the other side of this temple, find a good spot to sit down and wait before the rush.