Angkor Sor Phoun Villa
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... most of them were Korean and Chinese. I chuckled a little because I remember my tour guide telling me that in Thailand these huge groups of Asian tourists are referred to as "the hurricane" by the locals. My question is, where have these people been? Where did they come from? The city was desolate yesterday??
The grounds around the temple were really beautiful. They weren’t green open lawns kind of like Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom, but rather a ...
... and dance and Tom left, then we went to a bar called Yolo. After this, me, Charlotte, Ollie and Yogi were dancing in the road with everyone else, kind of like a street party as no vehicles are allowed down pub street at night. We left about 2am and got some fried rice and the tuk tuk took us back to the hostel.
Total Budget - $47.00!
Hotel - $6
Angkor Wat - $20
Poncho - $1
Breakfast - $5
Dinner and Drinks - $15
... jet lag to visit the world-famous Halong bay with Iain, and had a great day mooching around in a boat, exploring caves and taking pictures. Rachel thought it was more fun to stay at the hotel with a fever and vomit. But a spot of fever wasn't enough to stop us all jumping on a sleeper train that night and arriving in the beautiful town of Hoi An the next day. Hoi An sort of feels a bit like the south of France, with some lovely rivers, old ...
... temple dedicated to Vishnu, the temple is stunning, that's the most that words will do to describe the rising behemoth of stone rising in a pyramid up to pointed towers that look out over dense jungle, past a wide moat, and on to more jungle. We spent hours wandering the complex series of passages and rooms, each decorated with Hindu tales and Buddhist iconography. Following our breathtaking start to the day, our great tuk tuk driver took us to three other temples in ...
Our next hotel was lovely. The staff were really friendly and treated us as if we were royalty (even bowing when walking away). We were greeted with a welcome drink each and some fried banana chips which we both ate far too quickly. We also got a free upgrade to a room with a balcony which we were allowed to stay in until our last night.
After settling in we headed to the night market to investigate our new home for the next few days. Nicole was looking for a top to ...