53 Photos - Mar 19, 2010
Photo: The Royal Palace in Phnom PenhPhoto: Photo: A local monk in a park in Phnom PenhPhoto: Monkeys in the same parkPhoto: A local fishing off our backpackers hostel in Phnom PenhPhoto: A lonely statue in Kep, a somewhat ruined seaside town.Photo: A pretty view from a temple over rice fields in the Kampot region, southern Cambodia.Photo: Suzanne on the back of our guide's bike, cruising around the Kampot region.Photo: Monks in a downpourPhoto: Suzanne and our guidePhoto: Mick and our cheerful guide in a pepper plantationPhoto: PepperPhoto: Kids in a market waiting for another downpour to passPhoto: Rough bridgePhoto: Petrol stationPhoto: locals cleaning their nets in a fishing village in the Kampot regionPhoto: Photo: Photo: Public transportPhoto: Entrance to the Temples of AngkorPhoto: The BayonPhoto: Photo: Photo: Trees reclaiming a temple of AngkorPhoto: Photo: Photo: Exquisite carvings at Angkor WatPhoto: Photo: Photo: Dawn at the Angkor WatPhoto: Photo: Photo: Exquisite carvings at Banteay Srei, a Hindu temple outside of AngkorPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Mick and our charming guide at yet another temple in the forestPhoto: Photo: Photo: Our guide had us crawl under fallen stone to find this lovely lady.Photo: The stairs to a hilltop temple around Kratie, overlooking the Mekong riverPhoto: Photo: A recently colapsed bridge and...Photo: The enterprising ferry that sprung up overnightPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Cashew nutPhoto: Local gravePhoto: Suzanne on a Elephant ride. Just like a horse, he dragged his feet leaving and speed up on the way home.Photo: Scenes around a village homePhoto: