Peace of Angkor
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... nights. No honey moon but on the final night, the newly weds are locked in a room. There's a first time for everything and that's one way to do it! The third and final temple known as Tamphrom temple, was incredible. This Buddhist temple had trees growing on the temple, roots all over the rocks and not really in the ground. Crazy. Quad biking after all the temples. Took my go pro not expecting much but they had two helmets with the mounts on, managed to get so much 'POV ...
... the graves when they were found, bindings still on the skeletons. Although the leader of the regime died in hiding in 1998, 4 of the most powerful leaders, such as the prison camp commander, have been held awaiting international war crimes trials. The committee was finally set up in 2007 and as recently as 7th August this year, 2 have been handed life imprisonment sentences for genocide and are awaiting separate trials for crimes against humanity.
... I definitely wouldn't do again. Monkeys ran amok here today. There was a little plantain stand selling a bunch for about $1. I bought a couple bunches and helped feed the little critters. You'd be surprised at how quickly they swipe and how their grip strength is. A monkey jumped on my back and wouldn't let go. I thought it scratched me as I tried to shake him off, but I lucked out. Rabies would have been fun... ...