Angkor Discover Inn Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... gifts, which was very generous of him and Sithai also got me a nice Angkor Wat shirt. We had a wonderful time walking around and chatting. It gave me a chance to learn a little more of the students lives. I'm sure they will all make great electricians. The time came when we had to say goodbye again. After many thank yous and hugs we were off. Kompheak loaded Kim, Natalie, Sokmean and me into his Tuk Tuk and headed to home. We dropped Sokmean off but didn't say ...
Today we saw four more temples in the Angkor Wat complex. We saw Ta Prom which is the one with the trees growing through the structure. It was so cool but some parts are under renovation so were fenced off. Wendy took lots and lots of photos. We checked out a few more and it was really hot by about 8:30 and John was feeling the heat. At one temple there were heaps and heaps of ...
... I think it went OK. For lunch we did what is quickly becoming the usual thing; heading down to one of two restaurants down the street (and by restaurant I mean what seems like a family operation where 3 or 4 pots of food are prepared, and you simply pick one thing and they either pack it up in plastic bags for take-away or bring it to your table, and it'll cost you about $1 US), then went back to Grace House to sit around and socialize for a bit before the ...
... temple for several hours. The temples were not very close to each other, hence the need for the Tuk Tuks to take us there. We would explore the temples while they lay in the back of the Tuk Tuks relaxing. When we returned, they would take us to the next one. We visited one temple that had 216 stone faces. Breathtaking. It had been a long day when we finished. We ate at some expensive places. I'm pretty sure they made commission from some of the restaurants they took us to. Good ...
... turns and twists of the courtyard as we viewed in awe close-hand at what most visitors never see. Simply incredible. Whilst the ascent up the long 70% gradient stairway was challenging enough for this vertigo sufferer, the descent was extremely challenging but thanks to my new Chief of Police pal, and rather shamed by my wife's spring-heeled efforts, I staggered down (mostly on my backside!) to safety below. But, boy, was it worth ...