And I called in at Angkor Wat

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  1. jophassa

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    It's such a bizarre and awe-inspiring place. Here are just a few pics that i could find that i took.... Thanks for peeking....


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    The town nearby had a blackout...

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    wow so cool, so angor is how worth visiting?

    how many relics are there? is there lots of this to see, is it all in one place, or scattered?
     
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    I will get answering to your PM.....
     
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    Angkor Wat (Angkor Temple) is one huge, huge temple compound on a Unesco site that has many other temples. There are lots of temples in the Siem Reap area.

    If you go to Angkor, stay at the Two Dragons Guesthouse (owner is acquaintance of mine) and also see the Landmine Musem and Orphanage on the road to Banteu Sreay temple. (Canadian director is also acquaintance, I'll send you his name)
     
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    ah i remember those places! but i stayed at mom's guesthouse. btw, if you haven't got a guide book yet.....get the roughguide, not the LP.
     

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