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Angkor Wat

Stiti cum ne-am vandut noi toata industria pe doi lei companiilor straine? Sau cum ne-a disparut flota? Sau cum Petrom si BCR sunt acum austriece? Noi nu prea stim, ca nu prea am citit. 660 more words


The Wonder of the Ancient Angkor

We set out early on our first day of exploring the magnificent temples of Angkor. We wanted to beat the heat as every day had clocked above 30 C since our arrival. 436 more words


Sonnenaufgang in Angkor Wat

Heute ging es nach einer sehr kurzen Nacht um 4:30Uhr aus dem Bett und um 5:00Uhr mit dem Tuk Tuk nach Angkor Wat. Den Tempel hatten wir gestern ja bereits kurz gesehen, und wir Ć¼berlegten, ob wir auf den Berg fahren sollten oder lieber zum Tempel selbst. 839 more words


Day 2: Temple 3: Pre Rup

Time: Mid 10th century

King: Rajendravarman

Another Mountain temple that in my opinion wasn’t too impressive. Thus if you are short on time, you can skip this.


The Unexpected

So we are back in India, ready to begin work and school – or are we? Ashwin is still recovering from a nasty virus and not ready for school yet and I still haven’t found out what I will be doing at Azim Premji University. 594 more words


Temples around Angkor Wat

These are pictures from our first day of temple touring. The first place we went to was Pre Rup which means “Turning the Body” and refers to a traditional method of cremation in which a corpse’s outline is traced in cinders, first in one direction then the other. 269 more words


An Amazing Four Days in Siem Reap

For my birthday, Alex and I spent four days in Siem Reap, Cambodia. It was our first trip to South East Asia, and exploring Siem Reap has whetted our appetite for more adventures in S.E. 1,346 more words

Adventures In Southeast Asia