Angkor Discover Inn Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... king had his own entrance to the temple that he would use on high holy days. The original steps are super steep, because the king wanted people to bow their heads to respect the god they were climbing up to pay homage too. They have now put in steps for tourists that aren’t quite so steep (much to my disappointment, this is the only way up).
Inside there are two levels with four pools, the lower level for ...
... then had a tough choice... do we go to see the actual Angkor Wat temple that we hadn't visited. A bribe of ice cream and a max 30 minute tour was enough for the kids to agree. Ho took us down there but it was fierce heat. We all struggled a little but inside the main complex it is amazing. Isabel was getting bored but I hope that some of these experiences are going in and the kids realize what they a seeing. Tricky for youngsters ...
... hotel and were offered a nice hour-long massage for the mess up (they had forgotten we were 4 people needing a pick-up).
Here, just like in Vietnam, massages are cheap (~5$/hr) and good. We treated ourselves daily.
One has to bargain for everything, both in large stores and street markets. But great things can be bought at really low prices.
But enough about the ...
... t visited Ta Prohm, so it was another visit to the Tomb Raider temple and it's famous tree and then we were trying to catch the sunset from Pre Rup.
We just arrived a few minutes to late. The sun was nearly gone we still had to get back to the hostel. Of course there were no (functioning) lights on our bikes and it was about an 14 or 15 km ride back.
Luckily after about 5 or 6 km we merged onto Charles de Gaulle boulevard which had street lamps and led ...
... world's most famous landmarks... ....Not sure this requires that much explanation other than the fact that this took place our second visit to the temples to see the big one, Angkor Wat. This time we took the lazy tuk tuk option and no sooner had we said goodbye to our driver did I attempt to take our first pictures of the mother of all the temples of Angkor; of course with no success, which led to much cursing and pouting before we settled on having to use Helen's phone for ...