Photo a day, April 17, 2012 – Batambang Buddhist Monks

Each and every day, in major centres across Cambodia, the buddhist monks travel from their monestary and beg for their daily meals. People will make extra food in order to give to the monks themselves. Feel free to visit all my posts from Cambodia Continue reading Photo a day, April 17, 2012 – Batambang Buddhist Monks

Photo a day, April 15, 2012 – Looking out over Batambang province

My family and I took a motorcycle tour through Batambang province and enjoyed the opportunity to get out into rural Cambodia and see how the people live. Every village we’d drive through, the kids would run after the motorcycles trying to say hello to us. Continue reading Photo a day, April 15, 2012 – Looking out over Batambang province

Photo a day – March 18, 2012, Remembering the fallen

In the city of Batambang, the capital of one of the most heavily mined regions of Cambodia, a statue commemorates those who were lost during both the Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese occupation in a strange way. Based around an ancient Khmer statue seen on many of the temples, this statue was built using parts of guns, bullets and casings. Continue reading Photo a day – March 18, 2012, Remembering the fallen