This weeks theme is Made by Man, which is pretty broad, so I have taken shots from some of my favorite places for this. Thank you as always to Cee for Hosting.
We have to organise a ride to the border. Our time in Cambodia is up, money is running low for me and the girls have plans. I chat to the Moped guys who have been ferrying us around the temples. The best they can do is offer a seat in the cab of a pick-up,… Continue reading Five take a holiday in Cambodia – Guns, potholes and a demon taxi driver
One thing I really remember were the stairs both outside and inside a number of the buildings. Sheer, almost overhung, high with tiny spaces to balance your feet, obviously built by people with much smaller feet than myself. It was hard enough going up without the occasional wobble of a badly set stone. Inside Angkor… Continue reading Five take a holiday in Cambodia – Too stoned to climb downstairs and the children of the temple
We wandered the temples for hours, completely absorbed in the beauty and tranquility of both nature and history. We climbed through and on the buildings, there is nowhere like this on earth. It was both supremely relaxing, and awe inspiring too. I felt if I could live there, I would never need to see anything… Continue reading Five take a holiday in Cambodia – Lost in the Khmer Empire
Some of us wanted something to smoke, so I headed to the local market on the advice of one of our moped guys. This itself was an experience, the market completely covered by patterned cloth supported on bamboo poles, the flimsy roof constantly rippling in the breeze, the sun shining down through the gaps between. … Continue reading Five take a holiday in Cambodia – buying pot and a policeman with a Kalashnikov
I took these photos on my first trip to Cambodia in May 1998. I apologise in advance for the quality, my camera wasn't that good and at the time I was more interested in the temples than taking photos of them. Sometimes you just have to live in the moment. I still think there are… Continue reading Angkor, Cambodia – The first Trip – Photo Blog
It was time now to leave Phnom Penh, unlike most cities, this is actually a place I could stay a lot longer, but there was somewhere we all wanted to go, it was the temples at Angkor we had really come for and that was still a long way off. We decided to take the… Continue reading Five take a holiday in Cambodia – a boat ride down the Tonle Sap river