Cambodian Temples & the Kids at Ta Prohm

One of the many faces of Bayon.

Thick, tangled, dense, green, snake and monkey filled vegetation abounds with each turn. With another turn is a clearing linked by paths or dirts roads to another clearing containing chunks of coal and slate covered rocks with carved pictures and cutouts and images left behind by brown skinned black haired inhabitants over hundreds of years…

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The Cambodian Beauty

Cambodian Beauty.

There once was a lady inside the ancient Angkor Wat temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia, who took small donations as she would light an incense for you as a prayer to Buddha or something thereof. She had a small corner set up with her urns and trays and sticks and pots to hold the ash…

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