Then it was back to the hotel for breakfast. I finally got up the nerve to. Order the Khmer omelette, with has some fermented vegetable that has the consistency of baked apples but the taste of sour kraut. Pretty good.
Then we met our guide, Mr. Sang Soknov, and headed out for a full day of temple touring.
Many of the stone carvings were in great shape.
All the other tourists looked at Jean Luc funny when he came out to search for elephants.
After a little bit of chill time, we found ourselves a nice restaurant called the Sugar Palm, how sweet for Valentines Day. Another new beer to try today.
And a delicious dinner of Khmer food. I ordered the frog legs, but they were out of season, so I had fish instead. Drew had the chicken.
So that is my very poor recount of our amazing tour of Angkor Wat. It was educational, inspiring, hot, sweaty, and overwhelming.