Photo a day, April 3, 2012 – Angkor Wat Moat

Motoring along the dusty road that lies beside the Angkor Moat, the first sight of the temples themselves are breathtaking. I will never forget the moment my family and I came around the corner and saw the beauty of Angkor Wat. Enjoy more photographs of England, Wales, Scotland, Turkey, Cambodia and Belize. Continue reading Photo a day, April 3, 2012 – Angkor Wat Moat

Photo a day, March 28, 2012 – Young Boy, Cambodian Book Seller

At each of the temple complexes, the young kids sell all kinds of different merchandise in an attempt to make some money. The kids are very smart and have made it their jobs to know a bit about every country people could possibly ever come from. This boy knew the population of Canada, our Prime Minister, about our conservative government and others. Though we already … Continue reading Photo a day, March 28, 2012 – Young Boy, Cambodian Book Seller

Photo a day, March 27, 2012 – East Mebon Temple Complex

Built in the 10th century by King Rajendravarman, the East Mebon temple complex was its own island in the middle of the vast East Baray reservoir. With four stone landing docks, one can almost see the boats slowly making their way towards the temple. Enjoy more photographs of England, Wales, Scotland, Turkey, Cambodia and Belize. Continue reading Photo a day, March 27, 2012 – East Mebon Temple Complex

Photo a day – March 8, 2012, Treasure of Cambodia, Ankor Wat

Built in the early 12th century by King Suryavarman, Ankor Wat was not just a state temple, but also the capital of the mighty Khmer empire. In its heyday, over a million people lived in and around the temples. Today, Ankor Wat is the symbol of Cambodia and remains to this day a striking example of ancient architecture and beauty. Continue reading Photo a day – March 8, 2012, Treasure of Cambodia, Ankor Wat