Cambodia     

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Dragon Boats, Phnom Penh
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River life in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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Dragon boat racers prepare to race at The Water and Moon festival
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Phnom Penh Palace, Home of Cambodia's King
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Reporter doing 'Man on the street' interview
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Janice looks tall in Phnom Phen
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A common gambling game
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Festival lights on river barge. One of the worlds largest parties, The Water and Moon festival brings millions to the waterfront
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Dragon boat races
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Drink Vendor
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Snack vendors in Phnom Phen
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Memorial in the Killing Fields
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As many as one third of the population was murdered during the mid 1970's Pol Pot regime
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This building is full of human skulls
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Human Bones wash up each year from Mass graves
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Visitors place bones that they find on trails on these trays to await proper burial
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School 21 prison where 10's of thousands were murdered. Records were kept. These photos were taken moments before each of these folks were killed
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English translation of the rules for those in the murder camp. Number 6: Do not cry
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A sign reminds visitors that there is to be No Laughing at the death camp
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four people on a scooter taxi. You have to look close for the tiny one
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We spent more than a year traveling Asia, and here is Doug, as usual, looking like a giant in Phnom Phen
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A typical happy face while touring the Cambodia countryside
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Shopping Mall. All the tourist books on the right side are photocopies
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Entering the largest temple at Ankor Watt
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Ankor Watt is the largest religious structure in the world
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there are hundreds of smaller temples in the Ankor complex which takes up 30 square miles
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Bicycling through thousands of years of history
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Indiana Jones would be comfortable here
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A tree envelopes a wall
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Janice shows off her well traveled helmet to the temple gods
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The ride back to Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Some of the worlds most basic vehicles are in Cambodia
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Monks share a taxi
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The King And I
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Ankor Watt was one of our favorite stops
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River life
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Many people live on the river
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Doug relaxing on a Mekong River ferry
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Stilt houses