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Cambodia - More Temples

Location: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Day 2 photos, and as expected more temples (and boulders, of course).These things are massive (temples not boulders) and one of the most impressive things I've seen.

31 Jan 2007, 1:39AM

Jo proves that she has more strength in 1 finger than both Rik and I put together... hu hum

31 Jan 2007, 1:38AM

Rik and I save a small family of Cambodian Ducks, from certain death as they pass underneath this falling boulder, phew ;) (Spelling corrected, thanks mum)

31 Jan 2007, 1:58AM

Kbal Spean and it's many buddist images, carved into the rocky river bed

31 Jan 2007, 1:50AM

Funky waterfall at Kbal Spean

31 Jan 2007, 2:13AM

Kbal Spean images #2

31 Jan 2007, 2:07AM

Kbal Spean images #1

31 Jan 2007, 3:33AM

Difficult to see, but these had some really detailed carvings that have survived a thousand years...

31 Jan 2007, 3:30AM

On the way back from Kbal Spean we went to Bantay Srei, for another temple

31 Jan 2007, 4:34AM

I'll get the name of this one when next I look at the lonely planet, we took so many photos that our job tonight is to label them while we remember what they are, that'll be fun

31 Jan 2007, 3:34AM

... here's a close up of one

31 Jan 2007, 4:50AM

and so is this.

31 Jan 2007, 4:46AM

This is the same one as above



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Rik and I save a small family of Cambodian Ducks, from certain death as they pass underneath this falling boulder, phew ;) (Spelling corrected, thanks mum)

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Jo proves that she has more strength in 1 finger than both Rik and I put together... hu hum

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Funky waterfall at Kbal Spean

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Kbal Spean and it's many buddist images, carved into the rocky river bed

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Kbal Spean images #1

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Kbal Spean images #2

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On the way back from Kbal Spean we went to Bantay Srei, for another temple

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Difficult to see, but these had some really detailed carvings that have survived a thousand years...

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... here's a close up of one

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I'll get the name of this one when next I look at the lonely planet, we took so many photos that our job tonight is to label them while we remember what they are, that'll be fun

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This is the same one as above

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and so is this.