Khmer Inn Angkor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... roam around and walk into little rooms and check out all the intricate carvings and the amazing architecture.
I really liked this temple (It was my first to see properly) because of the rectangular foundation which morphed into a round top pagoda with many little holy chambers. It also had huge stone faces carved into most of the towers.
Just thinking about them having been there for such a long time is really incredible.
Within the walled perimeters of Angkor Thom ...
... convinced me to buy a bread and hard-boiled eggs meal for $3. The eggs were slightly undercooked for how I like them but oh well. I knew I needed more energy.
After Angkor Thom we stopped at a couple of small temples on the way to Ta Prahm, where the Lara Croft: Tomb Raider movie was filmed (Or parts of it). It was really cool to see in general how the forest is reclaiming the temples and what they might have looked like when they ...
... and literally have no way of making their lives better without the help from foundations such as New Hope. I didn't realise that during the Pol Pot regime, they executed anyone with or thought to have a good education. Which is one of the factors behind Cambodia being such a poor country. I'm not one for charity personally, but seeing it up close does make you realise how difficult some people have it in the world and yet they are still such a beautiful people. Unlike the sponges back ...
... s illegal for tourists to drive motorbikes unless they have hired them from outside the province. I assume they do it so there is work for the Cambodian tuk-tuk drivers, or they must have had a massive spate of westerners in motorbike accidents years ago... either way it's meant that I've never driven a motorbike in Cambodia which naturally meant it was something I really wanted to tick off the list!
I found out about Sabai Adventures Cambodia which is run by a ...
... chicken crowns that hang inverted on the roofs of Tuktuks and the sides of bikes; on their way to the market; on their way to the pot: vulnerable and confused. The curry was mediocre, but it helped and the fear of impending hangover doom lifted. We finished the evening much as we started, in bed, with a headache, and started Breaking Bad. Emma thinks it genius, I think its slow going and overrated. Monday morning we were recovered but not back to our best. ...