The ruined temples of Angkor in the middle of Cambodia are probably the most famous attractions in the country. Built between the years 802 and 1432 by the then ruling Khmer empire, each temple has weathered the forces of nature in different ways. This one, like many others, is being pulled apart by trees.
Putting a temple back together again.
Weed the garden now, or this could happen to you.
There were a bunch of these bright red dragonflies hovering around this pond at Angkor.
In Cambodia, if you can't get to your email, spam can be delivered in person.
Our moto got a flat on the way back from Angkor one day. Ian looks on and offers a helping hand.
Farmers planting rice between Angkor and Siem Reap.
This is the floating village near Siem Reap, which moves as Tomle Sap, the big lake in the middle of Cambodia, rises and falls with the seasons. The boat to Phnom Penh docks here.
This little boat struggled to tow our river boat out into the lake.
Bokor is a ruined French colonial town on a hilltop in the south of Cambodia. Its a very strange and eerie place. It takes hours of slow climbing in a 4WD to get up there from the coast, and the place is often fogged in like this. The main public buildings are still standing, but the interiors are smashed to bits.
The casino is the biggest and creepiest building.
In the kitchen at the accommodation at Bokor.