Amazing Place, Angkor Wat
Sunset, Siem Reap
Leather Artist, Orphans
Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Getting to Angkor Wat is pretty simple from Siem Reap, since it is the largest religious monument in the world. We went the easy route and hired a guide to take us around. So no fuss and scams, well worth hiring a personal guide for the day.
You need about three days to really see the place, Angkor Wat is so vast, it is amazing how many people it needed to build these temples.
It is truly a wonder of the world.
Entry to Cambodia
We got to the border in the pouring rain by hand drawn cart to border gate which was only maybe 200 meters from where we got duped by the so called visa negotiators. We probably did not need them to get our visas for us, but it did not cost that much extra for the service, maybe $10 usd.
Once we were on the other side, the town was flooded. Was almost wondering if we would even leave that town to Siem Reap.
We manage to find transportation with someone with a car to take us. Once we got into Siem Reap border, they tried to pawn us off to another transport to the hotel, but we manage to refuse to pay any extra by refusing to leave the car. It worked, and found ourselves with a english guide, so we could get toured around.
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