On arrival to our B&B in Siem Reap we were told that every guest is welcome to a free massage…. I’m not the biggest lover of massages but decided I should probably oblige. The massage consisted entirely of a mildly rotund Cambodian lady jumping on my back and digging her heels in for a full 15 minutes, supposedly the ‘pain’ is good for you. Hmmnn. Anyway, the next morning we visited the glistening Angkor National Museum to help get me up to speed with the history. It was an excellent museum, much better than expected and it got us even more excited about exploring the temples the next day. We were not disappointed, after a 20 minute bone shaking Tuk Tuk ride down a number of dusty tracks we finally got to the first temple, which was totally deserted and bathed in dusty golden sunlight with only the sounds of little kids running around. Magical.

Bakong Temple - Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia. Cambodia Stock PhotographyBakong Temple – Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia Click here to view this photo larger

Bakong Temple - Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia. Cambodia Stock PhotographyBakong Temple, Angkor, Cambodia Click here to view this photo larger

Bakong Temple - Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia. Cambodia Stock Photography Bakong Temple, Angkor, Cambodia Click here to view this photo larger

Bakong Temple - Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia. Cambodia Stock Photography Bakong Temple, Angkor, Cambodia Click here to view this photo larger

En route to Rolous Group in a Tuk Tuk. Angkor Complex, Cambodia. Cambodia Stock Photography Rolous Group, Angkor, Cambodia Click here to view this photo larger

Lolei Temple - Angkor Complex, Cambodia. Cambodia Stock PhotographyLolei Temple – Angkor Complex, Cambodia Click here to view this photo larger

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