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Location: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap, Tonie Sap and the Angkor Wat complex

Angkor Thom

The entrance to Angkor Thom, the reference to the clearing of landmines was a little disconcerting

The jungle location and the strangler figs and kapok trees of Ta Prohm made this a very atmospheric place.

Which is the saintly one!!

The strangle hold of the root system at Beng Mealea

Beng Mealea was a sprawling eleventh century temple out in the jungle. Although this was such a decayed site, we really liked it here. The light was so atmospheric

The freshwater lake of Tonie Sap, the natural reservoir supplies the low lying basin with rich silt for farming and aquatic wildlife

The national monument at Siem Reap near the killing fields

Angkor Artisans, deaf and mute underprivileged young people become highly skilled in a variety of high quality crafts

Going to school! the floating villages are home to illegal vietnamese who come here to fish. The buildings mostly float on bunches of bamboo which have to be replaced every three years

The Wat Prom Rath monastery across the river from our hotel in Siem Reap. It's peace is a world away from the bustle of the night markets!

Rural life, the sandy lanes are full of bedraggled youngsters



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The entrance to Angkor Thom, the reference to the clearing of landmines was a little disconcerting

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Angkor Thom

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Which is the saintly one!!

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The jungle location and the strangler figs and kapok trees of Ta Prohm made this a very atmospheric place.

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Beng Mealea was a sprawling eleventh century temple out in the jungle. Although this was such a decayed site, we really liked it here. The light was so atmospheric

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The strangle hold of the root system at Beng Mealea

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The national monument at Siem Reap near the killing fields

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The freshwater lake of Tonie Sap, the natural reservoir supplies the low lying basin with rich silt for farming and aquatic wildlife

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Going to school! the floating villages are home to illegal vietnamese who come here to fish. The buildings mostly float on bunches of bamboo which have to be replaced every three years

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Angkor Artisans, deaf and mute underprivileged young people become highly skilled in a variety of high quality crafts

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Rural life, the sandy lanes are full of bedraggled youngsters

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The Wat Prom Rath monastery across the river from our hotel in Siem Reap. It's peace is a world away from the bustle of the night markets!