Contrasting Legacies in the Kingdom of Wonder

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February 26th 2009
Published: March 5th 2009
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Our trip to Cambodia began with a 6-hour bus journey to Siem Reap. Cambodia is one of the world's poorest countries and on our way to Siem Reap, we passed through several small villages where locals live in stilted houses made of palm leaves or wood. These tiny houses contain just one room for an entire family and typically have a stack of hay and a mud kiln out front, on which the women place lar... Read Full Entry

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Story of the Churning of the Ocean MilkStory of the Churning of the Ocean Milk
Story of the Churning of the Ocean Milk

at the Royal Palace Phnom Penh
Ta KeoTa Keo
Ta Keo

It was supposedly struck by lightning and was never completed
Babel Siem Reap guesthouseBabel Siem Reap guesthouse
Babel Siem Reap guesthouse

Highly recommended!

29th March 2010

I love Cambodia because this country is full of peace and a lot of temple.

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