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Walk Among the Ruins

Another day in Cambodia, back at Angkor Thom, wandering around the ruins, dodging the annoying tour groups, the weather hot as blistering asphalt, wishing for rain. A quick visit to the Elephant Terrace and the Leper King Terrace — yes, it’s all a blur — and then a short walk to the majestic confines of Bayon. Faces, faces, and more faces. Always amazing. Just in case you get lost or disoriented there are plenty of helpful signs — annoying may be the more accurate word — directing you where to go.



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