Khmer Inn Angkor
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... was a temple guard there who lit some incense and said a small prayer for me. I have no idea what. The sun was getting hotter so we headed back down and onto our next temple, Baphuon. This was a very impressive temple. Our guide sat at the bottom while we climbed up. The steps were very steep. But the views from the top were amazing. We had to be careful as not many railings to stop you falling down. At this point we were both so hot. We had seen the temp in the car reaching ...
... Prasat Bakong, the monkeys in that area and their pieces of mirror they had found and were playing with, and the scenery around Neak Poan. Bakong and Neak Poan are definitely more defined by their position in nature than the grandeur of their construction (not that they aren't architecturally impressive, just for me they're more beautiful and interesting because of the nature around them). I'd love to see both of ...
... off a few days in Cambodia, and leaves tomorrow with the tour group he is leading to Burma. This is his 5th trip to Cambodia, and he says we'll have a great time (but may get "templed out" with our tour schedule over the next 4 days). Tomorrow we have off, and we're looking forward to catching up on rest, and just generally not moving for a ...
... to Angkor Thom (literally "Great City"), which is a big square walled city (the walls are 3km long and 8m high) that was the last capital of the Empire. It was built in the late 12th to early 13th centuries, and would have been far more spectacular than anything the West had to offer. We went to the impressive Bayon temple in the centre, and then to the nearby Terrace of the Elephants.
Our third place on the list was the ...
... the monkey bars but couldn't do it on their own, and they just kept going across, non-stop. The second hour of each class was for Teacher Sophea to teach Khmer and do some drawing exercises. I supervised and assisted as much as I could, but mostly sat back and tried to learn with the kids. After work we went home for a swim, then had plans to meet the owners of Grace House at ...