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Reached Siem Reap Airport in the afternoon.
Surprisingly very well ordered and organized airport for third world country.
Fetch by Tuk Tuk from Airport to Hotel. It was raining when we reached.
Reach Bayon Hotel in about 15-20 mins from Aiport.
Bayon Hotel was such a lovely Boutique Hotel, value for money.
Went to Pub …
... back to the hotel and the next day was here. 23rd May - Last day in Siem Reap. Buzzing because we got to go see a waterfall. My first ever waterfall. Wow wow wow - so good expect for the little fish that consistently nibble your feet. That evening I was searching the highs and lows of Cambodia bars, looking for somewhere to watch the Southend Play off Final. Flicking through the sport channels in the bar, damn no luck. Back to the hostel and being a computer geek I searched what ...
... and i made it clear that i wouldnt be happy traveling with an orange person. It'll be fine they said....Well you be the judge. She looks like Kamahl right!!!
'Why are people so unkind' ;-)
You will see in another shot that she found similar people to hang out with in SR. Classic :-)
Ok, up early at 5am. Narelle had a bit of a tummy bug and Sandra looked like she needed more sleep so i snuck out to check out SR and find some Cambodian coffee. I find ...
I woke up with griping pains in tummy and sharp pains in my head this morning. Yuk! I got started with the rehydration salts and a couple of thimblefuls of what we like to call Hilda's medicine - Hilda swears by a thimbleful of brandy to keep tummy bugs at bay when she's abroad and I had brought a litre and a half in a Robinson's squash bottle (which confused Kate mightily) for medicinal purposes only, of course. Getting ill is hardly surprising as we are handling ...
... tourists (one can understand why there are so many tourists though) the place has a magical charm unlike any place I have experienced before. One cannot help but imagine how this place must has been back in 'its day' functioning as a small 'country', completely self sufficient. Again our tuk tuk driver Epic reminded us why gave his his name, he explained the history and highlights of each temple before dropping us off and then collecting us again once we had done justice exploring ...