Lotus Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was best viewed walking through East to West, so we arranged with Bruce to meet him on the other side. Nearly an hour later, having explored the temples complex layout of buildings and passageways, we made it out of the West entrance, not to find Bruce! There was only one road into this entrance so we knew he must be waiting at the wrong entrance for us... after about a 20 minute walk in the scorching sun, we found him. Next on the list was Neak Pean, a unique island temple, with ...
... the end of the day, we biked for 42 kms and walked a few more kilometres around the temple, including a lot of stair climbing! We were exhausted at the end of the day, but satisfied with our journey.
We woke up at 5.00 am the next morning, to enjoy sunrise in Angkor Wat, the best preserved temple in the area and a wonder in its own right. Angkor Wat is the largest temple complex still in use in the world. We biked our way to the complex and arrived at 6.00 am, a ...
... with the suggestion being that whichever bar sounded the loudest must be the most attractive place to drink - we chose instead to drink as far away from these noise polluters as possible in a nice little bar dedicated to the Beatles. The other disconcerting image was that of the young boys (they could have been no older than 8) who cockily came up to us demanding money. One boy in particular, seemed to gather himself a fearless reputation among tourists as everyone we spoke to seemed ...
... we climbed up, I've never felt unsteady with heights but it wasn't exactly safe. The view was again amazing and we hid up there for a while before it got too dark to get down. What felt like a life time later, the bats finally came out of the cave as about 50 tourists gathered to watch as well. It was amazing to see, it takes around half an hour for them all to leave the cave every single evening to feed. The numbers were endless, in 2005 the record was 5 ...
... and got snacks and supplies for the border crossing into Cambodia the next day. We were told that a driver would be picking us up at our hotel in the morning, so we were ready to go when a man showed up, took our receipts, and proceeded to guide us back to the place where we had bought our tickets on foot (about 10-12 min walk). We found ourselves wondering why they even bothered with this instead of just telling us to be at the ticket office at a specific time ...