I had a nice weekend and I really want to blog about it but I’m just feeling so drained and exhausted from that bloody time of the month. The weather is certainly not helping, it’s so hot everyday! Seems like air-conditioners are going to be permanent fixtures in our lives. I can feel sweat trickling down my back and and chest as I’m typing this -_-
Anyway, here are some pictures of me in Cambodia circa 2006 to torture myself because I really, really, really need a vacation now :(
Courtyard of Angkor (I think..)
Our guide had very good timing, he always managed to avoid the crowds so we almost always got to enjoy the temples all to ourselves.
Backyard of Angkor (man, I don’t remember anymore).
Somewhere where they filmed Tomb Raider.
Angkor Wat (this one I remember lah)
Can’t wait to go back for a 2nd visit.
5 thoughts on “Missing Kampuchea.”
waaa i wanna go to angkor too!
So beautiful! Planning a trip to Angkor Wat with the parentals and grandpa soon sometime this year, I hope :)
Do you remember how much you spent on the trip? I need a holiday soon methinks.
I’ve never beeennnnn!
ky: must go!
mell: do it, it’s very nais place to visit
niki: read the entire trip on ST’s :)
Cambodia Day 1 – Leaving on a Jet Plane to Siem Reap
Cambodia Day 2 – Itinerary – Morning in Angkor Thom and Bayon
Cambodia Day 2 – An Afternoon at Angkor Wat & Sunset at Phnom Bahkeng
Cambodia Day 3 – Morning at Banteay Srei, Ta Som, Neak Pean and Preah Khan
Cambodia Day 3 – An Afternoon at Ta Keo, Ta Prohm and Old Market – Siem Reap
Cambodia Day 4 – A Morning at Lolei, Bakong and Preah Ko (Roluos Group)
Cambodia Day 4 – An Afternoon at the Cambodian Land Mine Museum
Cambodia Day 4 – An Afternoon at Tonle Sap (The Great Lake)
Cambodia Day 5 – Leaving Peace of Angkor and Thet