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February 20, 2006
From journal In the Footsteps of Lara Croft
Blackburn, England, United Kingdom
April 19, 2013
From journal Amazing Angkor
Miami-Dade County, Florida
November 29, 2011
From journal A Lost Empire
Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel
June 15, 2008
From journal Godless Angkor
Broadbeach Waters, Australia
February 26, 2006
From journal Amazing Temples of Angkor
March 7, 2006
Just because there are no tourists in the photos, don’t make the mistake of thinking that we had the place to ourselves. This is a popular temple, and rightly so.
From journal The Temples at Angkor
by Miss Bels
Mokpo, United Kingdom
August 13, 2004
From journal Temples and crocodiles
April 23, 2004
My moto driver dropped me off at the front, and I had to walk towards the temple.
It was huge! I walked inside and at the first courtyard with the big tree, everyone stopped there to take photos. I sat on a shady windowsill to cool off. I read my Lonely Planet and it felt soo awesome!
The powerful roots of the trees took hold of the temple and it felt like without the roots, the temple wouldn't be complete. It's really amazing.
After sitting there for 30 minutes, I moved on to the other parts of the temple thinking that I won't find any other locations that will impress me. But, as I explored further towards the back, there were more and more places that had me holding my breath when I saw it. It was just an endless maze.
After hanging out there for 3 hours, it was already 2pm, and I was really tired from getting up at 5am to see Sra Srangs sunrise, so I turned back to Smiley's.
I wanted to go back on the third day once again, but didn't get a chance to. It was really a wonderful memory for me!
From journal Cambodia -- SiemReap/Angkor