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Thursday, 03 July 2008

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Wandering Chopsticks

Nice detailed history Kirk! My eyes started spinning when I was trying to compile everything too.

kat

very nice!

moowiesqrd

Hey Kirk, those pictures are amazing. Angkor Wat is on the list of "places to see before I die," although Machu Picchu is ahead of it. It looks absolutely incredible and I'll probably keep repeating "incredible" because I'm a little speechless. What a fabulous trip! Where are you and the Missus off to next?

RONW

must have been an inspirational experience visiting the Angkor's. You really should have brought the puddles along.

Anjeline

nice pics, i would be visiting those sites soon

ed (from Yuma)

Great pics. Wonderful detail. Thanks for sharing and posting.

farah

wow! those photos and your blog were amazing! thanks for sharing your experience, i really enjoyed it :)
a bit jealous on the elephant ride because i LOOVE elephants. thanks for the latest blog the fish amok looked delicious!

mike

I would love to visit Ankor some day - thanks for the vicarious experience!

Kirk

Hi WC - It does take time to at least try to get things right.

Hi Kat - Thanks!

Hi GF - You can do what we did...Machu Picchu one year, the temples of Angkor the following year. Great folks in both Cusco and Siem Reap.

Hi RONW - The Puddles, would be making "puddles" all over the place!

Hi Anjeline - I hopw you have a great time.

Hi Ed - Thanks...I know you've waited for this a while.

Hi Farah - I'm glad you enjoyed the post. The elephant almost looked like he was smiling.....

Hi Mike - It is a worthwhile experience.....

nhbilly

Nice little history. What a trip something I need to do in my life - soon I hope.

Kirk

Hi Billy - I'm glad you enjoyed the post. The temples are amazing.

foodhoe

great post! I was waiting for you to get to this - I'm such a cultural dunce all I can think of is wow, it looks like an Indiana Jones set... how awesome everything looks and all of the historical info is spellbinding - I didn't want it to end!

Kirk

Hi FH - You wouldn't be too far off by saying that...remember Tomb Raider?

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