Just the Pictures (Cambodia) “Pub Street” in Siem Reap. My Khmer barbeque dinner – the kangaroo meat is on the plate to the lower right. Street in Siem Reap. The main temple in Wat Preah Prom Rath. Relief painting in Wat Preah Prom Rath. Buddha in a relif painting in Wat Preah Prom Rath. Buddha statue in the main temple of Wat Preah Prom Rath. Reclining Buddha in Wat Preah Prom Rath. Nāga balustrades found in Wat Preah Prom Rath. Sculpture of the monk known as Preah Ang Chang Han Hoy on his boat in Wat Preah Prom Rath. Tuk-tuks being constructed in a shop in Siem Reap. The main temple of Wat Bo. Cemetery full of pagodas for the deceased in Wat Bo. The entrance to the main temple in Wat Bo. The main temple in Wat Bo. Man walking along the side-hall of the main temple in Siem Reap to open the doors of the temple for me. Buddha statue in the main temple in Wat Bo. Frescoes in the main temple in Wat Bo. Reliefs of men fighting around the windows of the main temple in Wat Bo. The Angkor National Museum. The Cambodian People’s Party headquarters in Siem Reap The Siem Reap River. Inside of the Old Market in Siem Reap. Pumpkin soup for my dinner’s first course. Khmer Lok Lak (chicken marinated in oyster sauce and cooked with Khmer wine) served with steamed jasmine rice for my dinner’s second course. Cured dry sausages and fish being sold in the Old Market of Siem Reap. Bridge to the Siem Reap Art Center Night Market. A bottle of Kingdom Dark beer; produced and bottled in Cambodia. The sandstone causeway leading to Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat. The inner gallery surrounding the “temple mountain” in Angkor Wat. The central “temple mountain” of Angkor Wat. Structure in Angkor Wat. Passageway inside Angkor Wat. Bas-relief depicting the churning of the Ocean of Milk. Bas-relief in Angkor Wat. Bas-relief depiction of elephants and soldiers marching. The central tower on the “temple mountain” in Angkor Wat. Three Apsaras depicted next to an entrance-way in Angkor Wat. A Buddhist sculpture used for worship in Angkor Wat. Bayon temple. Another view of Bayon. Bayon with tower on the right with four faces pointing in the cardinal directions. Inside Bayon temple. Looking up at the towers in Bayon. Two of the towers in Bayon. Passageway found in Bayon. Another view inside Bayon. Bayon and its reflection. Baphuon temple. Looking down at the causeway that leads to Baphuon. A reclining Buddha built in to the backside of Baphuon temple. Phimeanakas. Ruins found in Angkor Thom. Inside some ruins in Angkor Thom. Ruins of Preah Palilay. The Victory Gate of Angkor Thom. Looking out at the marsh near Banteay Srei. The central temple of Banteay Srei surrounded by a moat. Sandstone lintel found in Banteay Srei. Entrance to the center of Banteay Srei. The central structures of Banteay Srei. Another view of the central temple of Banteay Srei. Sandstone lintel in Banteay Srei. The backside of the central temple in Banteay Srei. Water buffalo pulling a cart near Angkor. Rice fields near Angkor. A tower in Pre Rup temple. Looking down from the “temple mountain” in Pre Rup. The entrance to the central temple in Ta Prohm. Roots and stones merged together in Ta Prohm. Another view of the root growth on the stone ruins of Ta Prohm. Ruins of Ta Prohm. Trees sprouting out of the rubble in Ta Prohm. More tree growth on the ruins of Ta Prohm. Banteay Kdei temple. Ruins of Banteay Kdei. Looking through successive openings in the ruins of Banteay Kdei. Two Apsaras dancing. The other side of the central temple in Banteay Kdei. The entrance to the outer wall around Banteay Kdei. East Mebon temple. The five towers on the “temple mountain” of East Mebon. Elephant statue at East Mebon. The ruins of Ta Som temple. Sandstone relief at Ta Som. Ta Som’s ruins. Four faces on the tower above the entrance to Ta Som’s outer wall. The Buddhist sanctuary in Neak Pean temple. Structure located in Preah Khan’s temple complex. Tree growth on Preah Khan. Ruins of Preah Khan. Two-storied columned building found in Preah Khan. Passageway in Preah Khan. Lintel found in Preah Khan. Another view of the jungle encroaching on to Preah Khan’s ruins. Inside the ruins of Preah Khan. A causeway leading to Preah Khan with sculptures on each side churning the Ocean of Milk. Flower from a tree found in the Royal Palace. Preah Tineang Tevea Vinichhay (the throne room) in the Royal Palace. Another view of Preah Tineang Tevea Vinichhay. A stylized gate that leads to the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Portion of the fresco on the wall surrounding the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Another portion of the fresco on the wall surrounding the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha with a large stupa in the foreground. Miniature model of Angkor Wat. Flower found in a small pond in the Temple of the Emerald Buddha’s monastery grounds. Looking out from the entrance to the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Theatrical costumes and masks. The Royal Palace seen from the outside. The National Museum of Cambodia. Another view of the National Museum. Looking out at Building “B” from Building “A” in the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S-21). Inside one of jail/interrogation cells in Building “A”, used to imprison former high ranking officials. Disturbing photo on display in Building “A”. Looking out at Building “B” in S-21. The Gallows used to tie up prisoners and dunk their heads in to bowls of water below – used to interrogate them. Building “C” with barbed-wire covering the front of the building. Entrance to Building “C” covered up by barbed-wire. Small prison cells made from brick inside Building “C”. Passage on the third-story of Building “C”. Looking out at Building “D” from Building “C”. Residential buildings seen from S-21. Cambodian fried rice. Minced pork with eggplant and steamed rice. The tuk-tuk ride to the Choeung Ek Genocidal Center. The Memorial Stupa at the Choeung Ek Genocidal Center. Sunken pits in the Earth where the graves of many victims were. Items thrown in a grave site for the dead. Ragged clothes surfaced above the ground due to recent rain storms. A human tooth that had surfaced above the ground. Tree used to bash the heads of children on. Another view of the Memorial Stupa. Skulls of the victims on display in the Memorial Stupa. Skulls bearing evidence of the instrument used to kill the victim. More skulls stacked inside the Memorial Stupa. View of the wetlands from the Choeung Ek killing field. The staff at the hostel told me that pizzerias which bear this sign do sell pizzas made with that special “herb” – even though it is illegal in Cambodia. The first Khmer boxing fight I watched. More of the first Khmer boxing fight. The second Khmer boxing fight. The third fight – straight-up boxing, no kicking. The fourth fight. The end of the fourth fight. The fifth fight and the main event. Another shot of the main event. More of the main event of Khmer boxing today. The fight almost spilling out of the ring. The Khmer boxing ring located behind Bayon Radio and Television studio.