enough neon lit bars and restaurants for all of them.
Angkor Wat and the other temples however need pictures. Ideally lovely photos taken by professional photographers but if you don't want to buy a fancy coffee table book or even do a quick Google search you can see some of mine.
|This is like holding the Taj Mahal on your hand, an almost obligatory cheesy tourist shot.|
|They really are SO beautiful!|
|Angkor Wat at a slight angle. Our tour guide was not the *best* photographer, but he knew a lot and spoke great English.|
|One dollar for the blessing of one the guys who looks after the temple statues. Not a regular monk (no robes) but I got a red thread and lots of chanting over the knots as he tied it.|
|The causeway to the temple of Angkor Wat. My fancy new camera (Olympus TG2. Waterproof, shockproof and it seems to have decent picture quality. Thanks Tim!) has a bunch of magic effects. This one is 'fisheye' which seems fitting somehow.|