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Picture of the Day: Buddha through the doorway — Siem Reap, Cambodia 2006

Look closely–yep, that’s the Buddha through the doorway at Bayon in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

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Online Asian Photo Exhibition at The Camel Saloon

The editor of The Camel Saloon, Russell Streur, after he had seen some photos I submitted along with some of my poetry, came up with this cool idea about having an online photo exhibition of some of the photos I have taken during my travels around Asia. Called the Asian Caravan, it is a collection […]

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Picture of the Day: Warning sign at Pre Rup — Siem Reap, Cambodia

You come across a lot of signs like the one above when exploring the ruins of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia; especially those ruins that you climb up. This sign was posted at Pre Rup.

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Jeffrey at 50 — Fifty Cool Places, Part 1

When people find out that I have been living and working overseas since 1989, I usually get a “Wow, you must have traveled a lot and seen a lot cool places.” That is true to an extent, but sadly I am embarrassed that I have not traveled as much as other people I know who […]

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How bad was the road from Siem Reap?

These photographs are not the best ones I have ever taken (you try taking a photograph of the countryside from a moving car bumping up and down) but you get some idea how bad the road was coming back from Siem Reap. Would have been a real bummer to have gotten stuck out here.

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The next time I’ll fly to Siem Reap

After an unbelievable day exploring Angkor Wat and other breathtaking temples like Banteay Srei and Bayon, it was back on the road again to the border.Didn’t take us as long to get back to the border as it did to get to Siem Reap two days ago. Left the hotel at 7:45 and got to […]

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Angkor Wat

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Angkor Wat deserves at least ten thousand or more.

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World Traveller and Rennaisance Man

It was a full day of exploring just a small part of Angkor Wat and other historical and cultural sites. If I hadn’t gone on a package tour, I would have read up more on what to see and when (the time of the day that you go is very important for photographs) to visit […]

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Travelling Companions

You never know who you will meet when you are on a package/group tour, but Achiranee and I lucked out when we met Don. He was a really nice guy who was a lot of fun to hang out with during our day of exploring Siem Reap. Here, Don and Achiranee pose with our guide […]

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The Bayon: The many faces of Khmer art

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