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Chilies

Chilies Chilies at the central market, Battambang, Cambodia.

Statute In The Night

Statute In The Night A statute on the main road in Battambang, Cambodia.

Battambang

Battambang Shot of the main road in Battambang from my hotel room.  From Siem Reap decided to head over to Cambodia’s second largest city, Battambang, and by “largest” it is a pretty small town.  I headed here specifically for one thing…the bamboo train. I had read that the government was planning on ripping out this old system and replacing it with a new railroad right-of-way so felt I needed to come check this out before it was gone. (Update 2014…just read online that the bamboo train in Battambang is still there).

Farewell to Vesna

Farewell to Vesna When I returned from my temple day trip tour with Vesna, I ended up taking him out to dinner since I didn’t feel like the $8 I paid him for the 15 hours of work wasn’t enough.  He ended up taking me to an awesome local Cambodia joint that had karaoke, where he knew a girl he was hooking up with.  Ended up having a bunch of drinks and hanging out for a bit…it was really fun.  This photo is when he dropped me back off at my guesthouse.

Temple Sunset

Temple Sunset An amazing way to finish a perfect day…all expect the hoards of tourist at the top of the temple watching and waiting and the sun set over the Cambodia landscape.

Under The Hut

Under The Hut Kicking it with Vesna and his family under their hut just outside of Angkor Wat, Cambodia. Full story here.

Vesna’s Crib

Vesna’s Crib A shot of Vesna’s house right outside of Angkor Wat, Cambodia. Read more about my experience here.

Imma On A Hat

Imma On A Hat I found my nickname on a hat in Angkor Wat, Cambodia.

Brothers From A Different Mother

Brothers From A Different Mother My chameleon color is blue…the color of trust. Traveling the “big bad” world can be intimidating for most people who think this planet is flush with widespread criminals and violence they see and hear about on the news. Most of these incidents are isolated and quite small when you think of mankind and daily life on planet earth, yet it seems that this perpetual worldview is the fear that drives opinions of foreign lands and cultures. I only bring this up because of the gentleman pictured in this post and my initial apprehension in getting to meet him. The day I arrived...

Road to Bayon

Road to Bayon The Bayon temple gracing the landscape from the dirt road outside its steps. Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
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