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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 …
... t personally see any difference between her and Angelina Jolie!). Back to Amansara for much needed showers and a bit of a relax. Said our farewells to Yoko who has been great! Dinner beckons and then a gentle morning tomorrow (no more 0500 starts for a while) with packing and chilling before we fly to the paradise island of Song Saa - seriously excited. Have absolutely loved Siem Reap and Cambodia though - fabulous country and charming ...
... speakers surround us and the wall is coated in foam soundproofing to block out the other cinema's sounds. The film starts. After a few minutes I mention to Kirsty that the film seems familiar. A few minutes more and we realise that we are watching the first Hobbit movie and not the second one that we had requested. So I have to pop out to let the lady know and she changes it for us. A short while into the movie she brings in our popcorn and ...
... dining in such a special place. The menu is exquisite and I choose the option with 6 courses - water melon and dried fish, puffer fish (yes the one that is deadly if cooked wrong), prawns, pork, quail and finally the chocolate dessert. Each course was delightful and an assault on the taste buds (help, I can't remember - I need the menu!) - we had lotus seeds, flowers, spices and all manner of interesting flavours. It was very special even if the rain at the beginning meant that we ...
... In large covered pavilions people sat, going about their days work, mostly processing fish. I had expected a more contiguous block of floating structures but this arrangement probably made for better mobility. The driver navigated the boat through and out of the village and we were now on the open lake. The water extended to the horizon in almost every direction. Here and there, fishing boats were hauling in their catch. A few other tourist boats could be seen but ...