Most of us got up at 4.30 to go and see the sunrise over Anchor Wat. This was fun, good watching the other tourists fight for prime reflective position. It wasn't the best of sunrises but it still was nice, Narum is very good at pointing out good photo spots.
Back to the hotel for breakfast to find that there were four sickies. it seems that I am the only one not to get the bug. Mind you the trip isn't over yet. I have been so impressed with the maturity that the students have shown with the issue, no complaints just get on with it sleep as required vomit as required.
After breakfast back to the Temples. When they were built they were pretty much the biggest cities in the world at the time. We checked out a Temple that had over 700 Buddha faces, I even have a photo of me rubbing noses with one, and then onto our Elephant ride. This was fun Kerren and my elephant was 30 years old and lovely, We walked around the perimeter of the Temple stopping for good photos, This was much more fun than riding camels in Egypt.
Next Narum took us on a back way to the Temple near where he was born. We walked through the forest and saw some great Spiders and lizards. Some of the boys even climbed trees and swung from the vines we saw a lot of trees growing through the stone work which was amazing.
Finally we reached the Tomb Raider Temple this was fun a maze of crumbling rooms and lots of great photo opportunities. Must watch the Movie to see if I can recognise anything!
Finally we left the precinct and headed back to an after noon at the Hotel, where Kerren and I had a lovely massage and swim followed by a final trip to the markets.
After dinner we all
met upstairs and had a swim and watched a meteor
A LOVELY END TO A GREAT