Wanderous Whimsy

One Year Ago in Angkor

#ThrowbackThursday

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One year ago today, my husband and I were far, far away, adventuring deep in the Cambodian jungle. We were on our honeymoon and an ultimate journey to explore Angkor, the ancient archaeological remains of the Khmer Empire. One day, I may write a post on all there is to see and do at this majestic sprawling complex, but the truth is, Angkor is the largest religious monument in the world. It would be impossible to truly capture the sense of peace and power that this place emanates. So today, I’ll just shut up and share some pictures instead.

ANGKOR WAT

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TA PROHM (my favorite complex)

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DSC_0041ANKOR THOM

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BAPHUON

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TERRACE OF THE ELEPHANTS

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PHIMEANAKAS

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Until we meet again Angkor!

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