Part 3: Siem Reap and the Angkor Empire
Day Three: Bicycle Ride
plan was to cycle around the temples on the first day,
but then I met Mako and decided to split the cost of a
'Tuk Tuk' tour with her.
headstrong, born in the year of the Horse, and I can
dismiss anothers' sensitivity... I'm in between the
Canadian ideal of rational independence, and Asian
Last day's travels and return to Bangkok
My ticket was good
for three days and I had not used it during my bicycle
ride as this was a journey to see the local area and
learn something of the livestyle of the locals.
My final temple
visit was to Lolei which is not pictured here. It was a
ruin with a lot of scaffolding surrounding it.
We returned to the
guesthouse where I picked up my bags and then we were on
our way to the airport with a quick visit to the war
museum ($5 with a free guide).
Bakong Temple is a beautiful place, it's a place I could spend a lot of time
A Cambodian Tragedy
The flight back and a horrible experience
I checked one bag, went through
security in my socks, and then went to the Bangkok Air
Boutique waiting room. Our flight was delayed another
I had had trouble booking my
flight back to Chiang Mai on Friday night. Fate prevented
this through three tries on the internet, and fate was
being kind to me.
Fortunately I called Maneeda who
came to pick me up... I was wheeled to her car, and she
deposited me in a hotel. I survived the night. It cost me
another 1,050 Baht.
The red Sorng Taew took a long
route to drop another off, and then me.
Return to MP Aviation