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Temple Running in Siem Reap, Cambodia

SOUS  DEY!! One of the few words I learned in the Khmer language, which means “Hello”. Its hard to forget that because funny enough, “Sus Dai” in Cebuano could mean “oh my god, woman!” depending on the context. 2,208 more words

Angkor Wat

Days 19-22 Phnom Penh to Siem Reap

Day 19

We bade farewell to Phnom Penh around midday, following our now habitual lie in then coffee cooler, plus a quick stop at a chemist to try and stymie a cold I seem to have caught.  2,980 more words

5 must dos in Siem Reap

In Siem Reap, don’t get all tired and templed out. Here is my guide to the best of what this remarkable city of temples has on offer… 533 more words


Selfie Reap

There’s something about standing in a place where countless others have taken selfies over the centuries. It’s both comforting and disconcerting to be such an insignificant selfie-taker in a long, long thread of selfier-takers stretching back to the very beginning of time.  1,092 more words

An Amazing Four Days in Siem Reap

For my birthday, Alex and I spent four days in Siem Reap, Cambodia. It was our first trip to South East Asia, and exploring Siem Reap has whetted our appetite for more adventures in S.E. 1,346 more words

Top 3 Temples at Angkor

1) Banteay Srei:

This 10th century temple dedicated to Shiva and called the “temple of woman” because the carvings are so delicate and intricate, that supposedly only a woman could do it. 394 more words


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ანგკორ ვატი

ანგკორ ვატი- კამბოჯელების ენაზე “ტაძრების ქალაქს” ნიშნავს. ტაძარი ახ.წ 12 საუკუნეში, ხმერის იმპერიის მმართველმა, მეფე სურიავარმან I-მა ააშენა. ანგკორ ვატი თავდაპირველად ინდუისტური ტაძარი იყო, შემდეგ კი ბუდისტურად გადაკეთდა. 21 more words