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... of Milk (more on that another time), and dance to music to entertain kings and gods. Also the serpent god Naga, normally depicted with five heads, who is common in Buddhism and Hinduism. There were lots of interesting religious stories behind the different gods and animals. The 'main three' gods of Hinduism are Shiva – the destroyer/transformer, Vishnu – the preserver and Brahma – the creator.
Ganesha is the son of Shiva and is ...
Started today with Angkor Wat, the most famous of the temples. Impossible to describe it in words, so will add photos to try and show just how magnificent it is. Andy and I climbed up to the top of the highest tower; children under 12 were not allowed, so they waited with Kear, our guide. More spectacular views from the top. Off next to another temple that had crumbled more and had been taken over in places by trees that were growing up and through ...
... got a batch from our first day in Siem Reap uploaded. I will publish a post to go with these photos soon, but for now, you can look at ...
... that there's a bus that leaves at 5pm to take a maximum of 300 people to a mountain where you can watch the sunset over Angkor Wat. Uninformed, soaking wet and increasingly ****** off, we were hurried out of the temple as it shuts at 5.30pm. Brilliant. Mr. Kim kindly dropped us off at Pub Street and we paid him the rest of his fee for the day. Pub Street was really cool - loads of bars and restaurants with the night market nearby. We found a Mexican place quickly as Jack ...
The next and final stop for me. You cant come to Cambodia and not see Angkor Wat. Although I only have two days, one night, im determined to make the most of it.
I get the sleeping bus from Sihanoukville to Siem Reap via Phnom Penh.
The atmosphere in Siem Reap is the best in Cambodia.
Stay near San Sok Road is the best thing as everything is ...