Hotel Be Angkor
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... and one of my morning kids even showed up to the afternoon class so he wouldn't miss his lessons for that day. Whenever they were done with their frogs, I'd let them draw what they do for the New Year. After work we went into the city again, to have dinner at Genevieve's. Ever since I'd gotten sick, I'd found some of the Asian flavours a little harder to handle, so I'd definitely been resorting to some Western comfort foods (shameful, I know!). ...
Up for breakfast at 7. We could choose from a menu. Lots of the usual. Eggs, pancakes and breads. With the tea/coffee and fruit as standard. Went down well and would fuel us for a hard days sightseeing. We meet our guide, Somuch, in the reception at half eight and off we went. First stop was the entrance to buy or tickets. A 3 day ticket was $40. We had to have a photo taken for the ticket as to stop people from handing the ticket to other people. Also we later found out ...
Preah Khan. This is a huge temple that was the residence and school of over 1000 monks.
Phimeanakas. This is the tallest temple that can be climbed and is located inside the ancient palace compound.
After a hot day and lots of stairs we were pleased to cool off with a swim. Jenny and Des Kelly are also in Siem Reap so we had dinner with them. It was lovely to catch up with what they have been doing.
... around, in the hopes they'll get the fancy pancy sunrise reflection shot. Unfortunately the sun was mostly coming up behind some clouds, so even though it was amazing watching the whole place light up as day approached, I still got sidetracked by the plethora of tadpoles swimming around in the pond. At around 7 the sun was finally visible above the cloud cover. We all sort of went separate ways at that point to explore the temple and/or ...
... Tuk Tuk to cool us down as we drove, it was pretty intense. But what you see and find out is truly mind boggling, the site of Angkor is much more than just its famous Wat.
When we arrived home Snowflake was no where to be found, we thought the worst and chose not to mention it. On our return from dinner we saw Snowflake (named not because of his colouring but due to his flaky dog dandruff) with his tail wagging, he had survived another day.