The scenery in Cambodia was nice and rural. It took about 2 hours along the countryside to drive from the border to where we were staying in Siem Reap. We stayed in a nice hotel that had very nice rooms, a great pool, excellent customer service and a superb breakfast buffet each morning.
We decided to hire a guide and driver for our 1 day to Angkor Wat. The one day pass to Angkor Wat is $20 for adults, and kids 11 and under were free. The temples were spectacular. We went to Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm and to Angkor Thom. There is so much history and the places are so old its hard to fathom, but having a guide to explain things to us was nice. The pictures we took don't even do these temples justice. Although it was scorching hot and humid, I think we all mostly enjoyed ourselves.
|'Tomb Raider''at Ta Prohm.|
|"Faces" in Angkor Thom.|
|Performers at Cambodian Village|
|You can become a monk at age 10.|
|Killing Fields Monument.|
|Petrol is being sold on the side of the road. It is very expensive.|
|We even saw a family of 4 on the same bike.|