This morning we disembarked from the Viking Saigon and boarded our coach to take us to Siem Reap. Viking provided a brown bag with juice, chips, an apple, and a protein bar as a snack to have for our ride.
As we rode along you could see rice drying out on tarps. They do this near the roads because it usually doesn’t flood there.
Our coach made several “comfort” stops along the way and another stop was for our bus driver could have lunch and have a break.
Have you ever seen furniture moved on a flat bed pulled by a tractor?
A clothing store that travels from village to village selling merchandise!
We made a stop at a rubber tree plantation where we saw resin dropping from the trees.
These ants would bite so we stayed away from them!
Another stop was to see an elephant! The elephant made a trek into town once a year for its owner to sell his medicine that we were told helped arthritis!
Before reaching our hotel we made a stop at the entrance of Angkor Wat to get our picture taken for our three day pass.
When we reached our destination we checked into our hotel. We were greeted by some musicians.
The hotel was beautiful! Below are pictures from the lobby and some of the outdoors.
We visited the pool which was refreshing but didn’t cool you off. The water was quite warm from the sun not from any pool heater! At 6:00 AM the water temperature was posted as being 86˚ F!
Our room had a balcony and a beautiful view of the grounds.
The hotel gifted each of us a Cambodian made scarf when they came to do the evening bed turn down and at dinner we had a Cambodian dance team perform.
Tomorrow we visited Angkor Wat!