Cambodia Photoglut: You Need Tuk-Tuk?


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Through the magic of wireless internet and scheduling posts for later dates, this blog has been magically spinning out my glorious bon mots for the last two weeks. The last two weeks while I was off gallivanting in south Asia! Oh, the trickery, oh the deceit. I will certainly have a bevy of words for you to ingest and roil about in within the next week or so, but for now, my brain feels as chapped and sun-worn as my hide. I am barely capable of human speech, let alone thousands of little symbols representing human speech. Instead, I bring you, like your doddering old great great third cousin, photographs from my vacation. Bask!

Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Hostel frog

Garuda

Fountain lion

Big trees

The river

Floating village

Tuk-tuks

Floating homes

You have no idea how pleased I was with myself after I got this shot. Also how pleased I was with being in the place where such a picture like this could happen.
Out on the water

Subphotoglut: Angkor Wat extravaganza!
Angkor sunrise

Apsaras

Angkor Wat

Close-up apsara

The balustrade

Angkor Thom

Trees and temples

Stupa

Cambodian market food

Wat Phnom

Incense

Phnom Penh skies.

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18 thoughts on “Cambodia Photoglut: You Need Tuk-Tuk?

    • I don’t think so. I saw that frog on the first night we got to Cambodia, and was pretty stoked that he was just chillin’, being all photographable.

      You’re not! My reasons were nerdy: someone once rightfully informed me it’s not wise to inform the internet your house will be empty for a few weeks, so I put up regular posts in my absense as a nerdy, nerdy ruse.

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