I couldn’t possibly combine a post about such historical places in the previous post with the normal touristy place we visited today. Continue reading “Day 6: Pnom Penh (b)”
How would you feel if you know that you’re visiting mass graves of 20,000 innocent people killed brutally by the communists? Me for one, know that people deserve to live their lives to the fullest. And the tragedy that happened against the will of those people is heart breaking. Continue reading “Day 6: Phnom Penh (a)”
I woke up at 4 knowing that I had so little sleep. But the thought of enjoying sun rise at Angkor Wat made me dance in my head. We left the hotel at 0510hrs when it was dark and cold at 23 degree. I could hear Islamic prayer from the nearby mosque.
I was very excited to see Angkor Wat. I couldn’t put it into words. This was the highlight of our trip and I had been waiting for this since I don’t know when. My hands were numb by the morning wind while riding the tuktuk but my excitement overweighted that. Continue reading “Day 4: Siem Reap”