Peace of Angkor
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... were intricately carved to depict some type of story or history. It fascinates me as to how so many ancient civilizations can perform these tasks without the technology that we have today. In the area where Angkor Wat is located, multiple ruins stood nearby. Angkor Thom is also a touristic attraction but I wasn't able to go and explore that one. We did go to Ta Prohm, a former temple that now lay in ruins due to ancient trees that have protruded from the ground and through ...
We arrived in Cambodia last night. Heath arranged for a tuk tuk to take us to our B & B. It is nice and quiet. This morning we woke up and had breakfast and our guide, Sear picked us up. We went to the largest temple, in Seim Reap, Angkor Wat. It was very interesting to explore and learn about how it was built. Then we went to the Thom wat temple. This one was smaller but in the jungle. It was far less crowded. You could also get closer ...
... group of us went and took advantage of my free circus tickets and went to the Cambodian circus. I wasn't really sure what to expect but I think that just made it better. The performers are also from deprived backgrounds and have been given incredible training and opportunities to really improve there lives. It's quite a small and intimate performance, and the performers don't just do tricks but tell a story with it all. The one we saw was about a man ...