Amatao Tropical Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... ve done boats. The taxi is $35 and takes less than 3 hours. Result, I feel.It'll be a busy day on Sunday, squeezing the most out of the last of our 3 day pass to Angkor. I've been trying to find the less touristy sites after the awful Ta Prohm experience. Hopefully our new driver (Mr Kia) can help. As the very helpful young man I booked the taxi with pointed out - it is high season! (I had no ...
... the names of them, since they were rattled off by our tour guide who has English that is difficult to understand. The first one I would call the temple of roots, since large fig trees are growing right up out of the ruins now. Some of these have some stunning formations, including a root that grows perfectly around the face of one of the images carved into the rock.
Here we also saw some of the restoration work that ...
... a high 5. You don't know the story of any of them but clearly they were very poor but smiling and cheering us on. I was chatting well with Hans but feeling the heat. I passed and chatted to Ex from the office but by 17km the route was becoming really interesting, passing through all the temples we'd visited the day before but the heat and my fitness were being found out. By 17km I was feeling rough so bid Hans farewell and walked for ...
... through the temple for an hour or so I drained my entire 1.5 litre bottle of water. I was glad when we got back to the bikes and the shade of the trees and the wind kept me cool.
We had some lunch and then went on to the Angkor Thom and had a quick look at some of the temples there. Again, with the help of the guidebook we found some interesting little details in each temple.
While taking a rest under the shady trees a monkey tried to steal my bicycle ...
... We made our way back to the city to be passed by several tuk tuks that carried tourists bearing smug smiles, as well as their bicycles as they passed us by. Jack, who was a little ahead of us, was convinced at one point that we had passed him in such a fashion until we caught him up (such rudeness, he must have thought!). Finally, we slaved our way back to the guesthouse in rain so unrelenting that it became difficult to even see - at one point Helen was asked by one moronic ...