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034 Leaving the village
031 For $70 you can donate two pigs.
The offspring can then be resold and income is generated for these ...
032 Shinta Mani
032 Shinta Mani pool
030 Girls from the village
027 Each kid received a can of vegetables
026-Man getting water from a donated well
027 - We ran out of cans so she got a dollar
029 For $1100 they can build a house for a family
021-Ankgor reflecting pool
022 Stone carvings of the buddha's face at Bayon
023 Bayon bas relief carving
024 - Khmer traditional ceremony outfit
025 Christina and one of the girls in the village
Shinta Mani is constantly working with the villagers here to improve their ...
013 Uddy at the temples
010 Landmine victims' Music band
There are thousands of abandoned land mine victims throughout Southeast ...
014 View from adjacent temple
011 Impressive Ankgor Wat
012 Christina climbing down Ankgor Wat
Pressured by the swarm of Korean turists following closely
005 Vietnamese family selling refreshments
006 Snakes air-drying.
To give it that special taste we all love
007 Yes, that's a bucket of Mekong Whiskey
Of course we finished it. I love you man!
008 Angkor carving details
009 Entrance to Banteai Srei
001 Bamboo swings - Lunch at Hotel Le-Paix
002 Our Cambodian guide. No money, no honey
002 Tough living conditions
003 Setting off to the floating villages
004 Floatng Church
06 - Temple Windows - Detail
07 - Coolest bar in Chiang Mai
08 - Fried Grasshoppers and Worms
A favorite post party snack for locals...
09 - Sirithan Falls
10 - Sometimes you have to stop
... and smell the roses.
01- Flying into Chiang Mai - rice fields
02 - Dragon - Typical at the entrance of a Wat
03 - Forrest of Wisdom
04 - One of 40+ signs
To see the other 39+ call us...
05 - Wat next to the Forest of Wisdom
16 -Shopping at the local market
Uddy and I took a one day cooking class at the Blue Elephant cooking ...
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