Siem Reap, cambodia

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SiEm-ese Reap?

Staying in SE Asia a while, the language starts to make sense a little and I am thinking "Siem" sounds alot like "Siam" as in Siamese (former Thai). Google it and sure enough, can be translated to mean 'defeat of Siam'. It's a great place to visit, just touring Ankor Wat alone is worth it. But the food, culture, villages are worth exploring and the local people are awesome!

Angkor Wat and More Wats

The word wat is a thai word that was borrowed from Sanskrit vāṭa (Devanāgarī: वाट), meaning 'enclosure'. Instead of posting 100s of my Angkor Wat photos, if your interested, check out Google Maps: Angkor Wat. Pretty cool!

Banteay Srey Butterfly Centre

Riding ATVs in Siem Reap

"Reversed Trick or Treated" with the village kids. Very fun!