This kitten was running around people's legs as we were filling out forms to get our Cambodia visas. Not everyone loved that.
3 people to a scooter was very common. I think 5 people was the maximum I saw on one.
The bamboo train just outside of Battambong was the first excursion of ours in Cambodia.
At the end of the bamboo train line we stopped to look at the sunset.
They drive on the RHS of the road in Cambodia. 80% of the time anyway. Driving on the LHS was very common due to potholes, bikes in the way, cows in the way and because all roads appeared to be a single lane in each direction.
This type of road transport wasn't as uncommon as you may have imagined.
I’d seen loads of roadside places selling yellow liquid in soft drink bottles but hadn’t realised that it was petrol until I saw some being poured into a scooter.
The night time gathering place of tourists in Siem Ream.
Dan liked jumping in the air
A puppy hiding from the morning sun.
There were many diferent temples around the Angkor Wat area. I'm not even sure which one this is.
Crowd at sunrise
Some of the crowd waiting at the reflecting pool to see the sunrise over Angkot Wat.
There was a number of "ruins" that were being or had already been rebuilt. This complete statue is a reproduction.
Crickets for dinner
Crickets and ... stuff ... were the appetiser at the New Hope training restaurant.
Dinner at New Hope
Group dinner at the New Hope training restaurant. http://www.newhopecambodia.com/
Dan finds a bride
We ran into a few weddings on our travells. Here Dan tries to whisk a bride away from her groom.
Sarou catches a wodden fish.
Sugar Palm scepticism
Susanne doesn't like the look of the sugar palm water.
Irrawaddy Freshwater Dolphin
The dolphins weren't in much of a cooperative mood when we visited and didn't come near the boats.
The Foreign Correspondents Club. It's on all the Phenom Penh to-do lists so we ticked it off, for a couple of drinks anyway.
Menu's are in short supply and Alex looks on while Sam and Pera decide what's for dinner.
"Angkor" and "Cambodia" brand beers were ubiquitous. Generally costing USD$1-2 per can but occasionally you can get a jug or even a tower of the stuff. The cheapest beer we found was cans of "Klang" which were less than 50cents each.
Tuol Sleng prison cell. There were about a dozen of these large interrogation rooms/cells. When the Vietnamese army discovered Tuol Sleng, they found 14 bodies still in their cells. The picture on each of the cell walls if of the last prisoner killed in that room by the Khmer Rouge before they fled.
Ringside seats at a kickboxing match. Sweet.
The first Cambodian kick boxing I saw ended in a disqualification after the second time blue-gloves put his knee into red-gloves' groin. Tough way to win a match.
We went to a kick boxing event and the second match was regular boxing. The crowd didn't really get behind this western style event.
Pre fight ritual
All the figters had their rituals before each fight. Mostly bowing a praying with a the odd bit of posing.
Pepper farm dog
This curious dog had the run of the farm.
Our tour guide, Sarou, translates for a woman who grows and sells pepper.
Kampot Pepper Man
This fella was a worker at the Kampot Pepper Farm we visited.
Pepper farm cat
There were lots of animals running free on the pepper farm.
I don't think this graffitti exactly enhanced the ruins of an old palace.
Images of the temples of Angkor Wat are all over everything in Cambodia. Their beer, stamps, their flag.
This kid got a banana from one of our tour group but I think he was convinced that I had some cash on me.
As I was trying to get close to this dog's face for a nice wide angle shot, one of the beggars who was following us about warned me that it was very "bitey". It looks so friendly though.
Some of the monks had been around the temples for so long that they had turned to stone.
I stopped at the end of the bamboo train line to watch the sun go down.
Bamboo Train Engine
The engine of one of the "Bamboo Trains" outside Battambong
Head at the statue factory
A small roadside factory was busy making statues of all sizes.
Angkor Wat wall carving
The outline of a window carved in the side of a wall at Angkor Wat.
Angkor Wat rubble
Discarded stones block a path between two walls at Angkor Wat.
Angkor Wat tree
Trees crawl their way over many of the ruins at Angkor Wat
Salt Storage building
A large storage building at a Salt Farm just outside Kampot.