Tuesday, March 23, 2010

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I don't know what impressed me more - the temple ruins, or the trees that have grown over, through, and around them. I got a sore neck just looking up at the tops of them.
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And then there were these two adorable little girls I met that day.

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Richard who took me all over the place in Siem Reap. Many young men hung around at the guesthouses waiting for someone to take out for the day. This picture was taken the day after his brother-in-law died in a motorcycle accident. In spite of that, he kept driving the scooter with one hand and turning around to talk to me. I had to ask him numerous times to keep both his hands on the handlebars because the roads were full of potholes. Yo!