For those who haven't seen one before, a Tuk-Tuk is a little carriage with a roof attached to the back of a motorbike. They can be convenient and cheaper than a taxi but terrible for long distances.
Today we rode one for about 65km. We breathed in so much dust and exhaust from the dirt road and dirty vehicles that Erin and I both felt a little queasy. Our destinations, an exquisitely carved temple and holy waterfall, were beautiful. But I don't know if they were really worth the hours spent on the tuk-tuk.
That being said, there were some fabulous moments. I liked sitting under a waterfall getting respite from the intense heat.