52 Photos - Nov 27, 2014
Photo: View from our hotel balconyPhoto: deliving charcoalPhoto: We passed by this Wat on the way to the restaurantPhoto: Independence MonumentPhoto: Wall of the WatPhoto: Inside the Wat gatePhoto: The WatPhoto: Supreme CourtPhoto: walkway inside Royal PalacePhoto: Vicctory Gate at the Royal PalacePhoto: Reception Hall at the Royal PalacePhoto: A door of gold in Phnom Penh.Photo: Dance Hall on the Palace GroundsPhoto: Silver Pagoda with the silver floorPhoto: A grave of the King's brotherPhoto: musical instrumentsPhoto: cute girls that greeted us as we walked byPhoto: View from the BalconyPhoto: Nicest studio apartment we have had yet.Photo: The National MuseumPhoto: Every city has a ferris wheelPhoto: A beautiful tree!Photo: Ferries on the Mekong and Tonle Sap riversPhoto: Photo: Lotus flowers ready for an offeringPhoto: Riverside PromenadePhoto: Gee, is the King narcissistic or what.Photo: Eating lunch with a view of the riverPhoto: Entrance to temple.Photo: Photo: The actual templePhoto: Birds for an offering. They are to be freed.Photo: Ceiling of the temple.Photo: The BuddhaPhoto: Photo: The only two skyscrapers.Photo: The Killing Field MemorialPhoto: Photo: Chemical substances were used in the killing fields of CambodiaPhoto: 166 bodies were found in one of the burial sitesPhoto: Bones and clothing will appear with heavy rains carrying off the top soil.Photo: Photo: Photo: Egg Lady taken from our balconyPhoto: The mobile restaurteurs come out at 4:30 pm to gear up for the dinner crowd. The table are tiny for tiny adults.Photo: Photo: Even the Monks like to promenade at dusk.Photo: The river front looking south.Photo: The river front looking north.Photo: Fishing for dinner.Photo: The Cambodians try to keep this small ball in the air.Photo: I have a seahorse with Singapore Sling.