Tonight is the last day we booked the hotel for. Pub Street isn’t as busy during the day so we head in to get a bus ticket and gravol for Jays motion sickness for the six to eight hour bus ride. (more…)
Tomorrow, God willing, we will be leaving Siem Reap. Out of all the places we’ve been to so far, this is by far my least favorite. I can’t possibly express how much I hate this city.
When we arrived here, we learned that the New Year festival started on the 13th, so we extended our stay. It’s a three day celebration with most of the country coming to Siem Reap to celebrate. (more…)
This post is going to be difficult to write (and probably long). I’ll also break it up by temples or whatever. I’m fairly upset but I don’t want that to diminish my enthusiasm for the temples or the majesty of them. (more…)
Unfortunately, Angkor Wat will have to be split up into two parts. I’ll get to that in a bit (seems to be a theme of mine, trying to keep you hooked).
Our driver from the airport, I believe his name is either Yaaa or Yaaar (obviously I don’t know the spelling) misunderstood when exactly we wanted to hire him. Our first impression of him when he picked us up is that he’s a very nice, honest, kind dude that also spoke English very well. We decided we would use him for all our travel needs. (more…)
What if I gave you one million dollars for one night with your wife?
That’s the line Robert Redford drops on Woody Harrelson and Demi Moore, or something close to that. That’s also the question Jay and I just talked about while sitting in our hotel room in Cambodia. Traveling and lack of money puts some crazy ideas in your head. (more…)