Archives for May 2015

Preah Khan – Headless Dvarapala – Siem Reap

Headless Dvarapala In Siem Reap we visited Preah Khan temple late in the evening after Ta Prom. Preah Khan – built for Jayavarman VII late 12 Century (1191). Like many of the temples in Angkor this temple has a foundation stone which has  an amazing amount of information about the temple and life of the King […]

Water water | Rain water in Siem Reap

    Water flow after the rain The water flow down the main streets of Siem Reap  made for slow bus  travel so as to not create a wash. The locals dealing with the water flow in their own stoic fashion after the heavy rain of the last few days. Everyone just trying to stay in business and make […]

Giant Strangler Fig crushes Gallery|Ta Prohm

  The ancient temple of Ta Prohm looks so fragile from a distance I thought it might crumble before we reached it!  A giant strangler fig rears its smooth grey trunk and light leafy canopy above the temple roof to the sky, no sign of the devastation lying inside. The ruins of Ta Prohm gripped in a crushing vice […]

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