Cambodian roadways are pretty nutty.
Here’s a giant truck that decided to stop and do some work in front of us on this one-lane highway.
The Russian Market:
Our car ride one day when we could only get one van:Love those great people.
And I love Cambodian swirly writing.
After all that, we packed up and headed to Siem Reap.
ANGKOR WAT awaited.
And we were all giddy about that.
We rushed to get a glimpse of the main temple before sunset. They told us at the hotel we’d never make it.
But they were wrong.
They underestimated our tenacity 🙂
And that beautiful place greeted us with a giant rainbow stretching over the top of it.
Which was purely magical.
They kicked us out pretty darn quick (it was closing), but it was a long way out…enough time to linger and take pictures along the way.
It was the night of Lucy’s birthday eve.
We were all pretty excited about that little fact.
That night we found a dinner buffet where we could watch Khmer dancing as we ate.
It was nice but made us miss those sweet orphans who danced so beautifully for us the night before.