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... en beschadigd werd. De meeste Boeddha beelden hebben geen armen en geen hoofd meer. Slechts enkelen hebben hun originele hoofd teruggekregen. Angkor Wat was actually a funeral temple for its builder king Suryavarman II but the Buddhists took it over afterwards. It's a shame that during the Khmer period a lot was stolen and damaged. Most Buddha statues have no arms or head anymore. Only a few got their original heads back. Na de lunch, Amok met kip voor mij en kip ...
... temple a really cool feel, and made for some good photo ops.
Our second day it was time for the main event: Angkor Wat. The most popular time to view Angkor Wat is at sunrise, as the sun rises behind the temple (Angkor Wat is actually a mausoleum, so unlike most temples it faces west instead of east). Unfortunately, the sunrise is so popular that even at 530am there are several hundred tourists waiting in front of Angkor ...
... to the blue pumpkin cafe so we could Skype our families and have yummy cakes. It was really nice to get out after being stuck in the car all day and some of the girls who went back in the other bus broke down on the way so took another 2/3 hours more than us to get home! Oh and did I mention that our bus driver was totally mental and hungover from the night before and then kept stopping for beer or chicken or whatever else !!!! Ahhhhh I love Cambodia ...
After dinner last night I went walking towards the night market. I wanted to pick up a jacket or some type of outer cover for my shoulders. Many of the temples ask that shoulders are covered, and almost all my dresses don't have sleeves. As I made my way to the market I was approached by a small child, no older than 10, carrying a baby. He was barefoot and said that he didn't want money, he wanted milk for the baby. The baby was hungry. I wanted to cry right there. ...
Lucy and I decided not to go to more temples this morning with the tour group as we wanted to explore the city Siem Reap (in particular we wanted to explore their market for shopping). Lucy, Jafrin, Ciara, Michelle and I squeezed into a tuk tuk and headed to central market. It wasn't much of a market, with just a few stalls along the street, but I still made two purchases: a northface rucksack for the hill tribe trek we'd be doing ...