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This afternoon we arrived in Siem Reap, Cambodia after a very short flight on Vietnamese Air from Ho Chi Minh City.
The first thing we noticed immediately is that while many/most Vietnamese are very fair skinned, Cambodians (Khmer people) are much darker.
After lunch at the hotel, we set off via jeeps for a tour of some nearby …
... br> I was not at all keen to get on this flight and through some negotiation with Vietnam Airlines who we had bought the tickets through, we managed to get onto a later flight with its code share partner being Air France.
We passed the time in the airport lounge where Vaughan discovered they had a massage chair. He had gone in search of food and came racing back with the news that there was a massage chair round one of the corners. All of this ...
Another long bus ride today to Siem Reap - booked it online with the mini IPad with the same company as last time, Giant Ibis - worth it for the extra leg room. The mini bus picked us up 45 minutes before scheduled departure, lucky we were just coming out at that time. Travel is so much easier these days than 20 years ago with technology and having information like trip advisor (there are no places to hide for dodgy operators). The most memorable thing of the trip ...
... old Japanese boy, he told me he had been in Toronto Canada last month to learn English and would I help him with his practice? We sat together and chatted. He had arrived yesterday and had booked one week here. He was studying Law in Japan and lived in a large house in the countryside.
On the photo he looks 10years old ha ha, but he was pleasant enough and like most Japanese/Chinese people he had an amazing camera for sunset zoom ...
... were in very poor condition, mainly because of natural erosion and deterioration of the stone but in part also due to earlier restoration efforts.