Photo Essay: Ruins of Angkor

Continuing from my last post….

After I walked through the gate of the Angkor complex, I didn’t see my tuk tuk driver. So, I started looking at the number plates, when my driver called out to me. I didn’t recognize him, because he now wore a neon yellow vest over his shirt! He explained that it’s mandatory for them to put on the vest, when they first enter the temple grounds to identify them as legal drivers.

Now that I was reunited with my transportation, I took the temples by storm! Here’s a look into my day exploring the massive and awe-inspiring temples and the surrounding areas:

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About Jodi

I absolutely love to travel. Most days, it's hard to focus on anything else. However, I'd like to change my travel style from now on. I have always been a 'safe' traveler, with hotel reservations made, cruise vacations and a set timetable. I want to break out of that habit, and become an independent backpacker. This blog will serve to document my aspirations to experiment with traveling solo, around the world!

Posted on October 29, 2011, in Cambodia and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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