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Cambodia pt 1

Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

A couple days in Phnom Penh followed by touring the Angkor ruins at Siem Reap

10 Jun 2008, 1:58PM

The throne room of the Royal Palace

9 Jun 2008, 2:38PM

The centre coutryard of the National Museum in Phnom Penh

10 Jun 2008, 2:10PM

Lotus flower... ahhhh pretty in the palace gardens

10 Jun 2008, 2:07PM

Frescos of the Ramayana or Ramakien as its called in Cambodia.

11 Jun 2008, 1:18PM

Massive ant trail in the jungle at the Pre-Angkor ruins of Kompong Thom

10 Jun 2008, 2:49PM

Crazily ornate gold doors at the palace

13 Jun 2008, 7:24AM

The face of Jayavarman III looks in all four cardinal directions above the South Gate of Angkor Thom

11 Jun 2008, 1:43PM

Small temple eaten up by the tree at Kompong Thom

13 Jun 2008, 7:46AM

More enigmatic faces of The Bayon

13 Jun 2008, 7:36AM

Young boy looking at the bas-reliefs at The Bayon - one of the Angkor ruins

13 Jun 2008, 7:56AM

A modern Buddhist shrine in The Bayon. Most of the Angkor ruins have now become Buddhist shrines in some way

13 Jun 2008, 7:50AM

Amy looking all photo-journalisty



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The centre coutryard of the National Museum in Phnom Penh

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The throne room of the Royal Palace

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Frescos of the Ramayana or Ramakien as its called in Cambodia.

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Lotus flower... ahhhh pretty in the palace gardens

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Crazily ornate gold doors at the palace

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Massive ant trail in the jungle at the Pre-Angkor ruins of Kompong Thom

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Small temple eaten up by the tree at Kompong Thom

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The face of Jayavarman III looks in all four cardinal directions above the South Gate of Angkor Thom

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Young boy looking at the bas-reliefs at The Bayon - one of the Angkor ruins

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More enigmatic faces of The Bayon

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Amy looking all photo-journalisty

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A modern Buddhist shrine in The Bayon. Most of the Angkor ruins have now become Buddhist shrines in some way