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Sunday, 21 September 2008



Lol. Reminds me of Greece. "Look, ma. More marble!" I'm groovin' on the series, though.


Hehe I love the term you coined. I guess its a bit like art... you either love and appreciate it or it all blurs into one. I'm always gonna remember this one ... "temple fatigue"
Also like how you got the before and after of the street food markets :)


Hi CP - He-he-he..... Yes...more...RUINS! We actually enjoyed ourselves, doing a bit of research before and after added to it all.

Hi Rachel - I really didn't coin that is pretty well known. you want to make sure that you don't get temple fatigue, it lessens the enjoyment.

Wandering Chopsticks

I can't believe you didn't get temple fatigue. I only saw half of what you did and I was tired. After a while, it just seemed like another wall of rock carvings and I even stopped taking pictures. I regret that now, but honestly, I was visually and physically weary.


The picture of that boy is priceless.


Hi WC - I guess we were really enchanted by Angkor......we had said that when we felt the onset of temple fatigue we'd call it a day. But strangely it never happened. Tired feet did, though.....

Hi Billy - He eventually made his way back to the tuk tuk, sobbing all the way. Even the tuk tuk drivers were cracking up....I don't think his siblings will ever let him live this down.


the picture of the kid is perfect! I feel like that sometimes although we call it museum syndrome, same diff... I'm glad you've spaced out all the posts of these temples and don't want them to end!


Hi FH - That poor kid..... It's funny, we thought we'd be getting tired of it, but it never materialized.


Looks like "loat cha" to me. :)

Rahmi on Ta Prohm

Yep, transformation indeed for the night time impromptu resto.

You took a good pic of the high and tall Ta Prohm tree. I struggled to fit that in my frame.

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