Montage Monday: Cambodia

Take a walk down memory lane with me on this three-photo montage highlighting my best memories from past travels!

My friend, Judith, and I got up extra early to catch the sunrise over Angor Wat only to have it be an extremely overcast day. This was the most of the sunrise we got to see. Sunrise aside, the temples of Angor were absolutely incredible and the sheer vastness of it all left us astounded.


The near-remote island of Koh Tonsay, also known as Rabbit Island, off the southwest coast of Cambodia, was a perfect place to seek refuge after the massive crowds in Siem Reap and the Angor Temples. Clear, calm waters, fresh seafood caught right in front of you, plenty of hammocks and a little beach bungalow to call your own. What more could you want from paradise?

Bokor Hill Station, the abandoned French casino, is your own personal haunted mansion. Deserted and derelict, you investigate the many rooms and floors on your (gasp!) own. Even though plenty of natural light flood in through the empty windows, there are plenty of shadows and dark places to make your skin crawl. It was creepy, but very interesting and unique place to explore.

© Connie Hum 2010

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