“I always did something I was a little not ready to do. I think that’s how you grow. When there’s that moment of, ‘Wow, I’m not really sure I can do this,’ and you push through those moments, that’s when you have a breakthrough.” – Marissa Mayer
Our main purpose to travel was to relax not to push ourselves to do more. From there, we can appreciate the places and immerse to the places.
When hubby coined me the idea to do Asian Hop-In from one country to another, this would be a challenge for me for the first time.
My weakness always is hot, humid climate that led me to asthma attack. I don’t like to happen it to our trip especially if its out of the country.
Yes, pushing each self would be the best. Who knows I can do it.
We took an early travel with our tuktuk driver. The rental fee is $20 each person.
Don’t be deceive with this picture as we did not drive it. This is for photo purposes only.
We get also our ticket priced at $ 20.00 each. This woud be the entrance for all the temples.
All in all, total of $ 80.00 (Php 4,000.00) for the whole tour.
For me this is much ok compare to our Bali Temple Run last year. We have to pay each temple as in one-by-one which was a bit hassle for us.
I thought were the first but it was not. Flock of tourists were all over. Good thing there were no. of cashiers opened to accomodate all of us.
Our first stop, Angkor Wat – considered to be the largest religious monument in the world. Just like others we hurry up to catch the sunrise.
Be warned because this would test how long you can walked around. Even we started early, still, this would take almost a half day to finish the whole place.
Be sure to bring lot of water when you started touring.
Together with our breakfast we got from our hotel, we made a quick stop in a nearby to eat out. Hubby maximized his $ 1.00 to a beer or a cola rather than buying water because all of them have the same price.
Next stop is Bayon Temple where construction was more on the many faces of Buddha.
There was quite a jumble in terms of architectural design but I like how it was structured in a maze format.
Ta Prohm, famous for the Tomb Raider scene.
What made it so instagrammable is the nature combined of big trees with huge roots coming from the ruined temples which made it unique to others.
We finished around 5:00 pm and by that time and we went to Duty Free to meet someone related to our consultancy work.
The schedule was too tight but this tested my mobility.
Overall, love the agility that we can make many memories and adventures to conquer.
Sharing the complete pictures for this temple run.