Photo Gallery: The Lost Trails of Siem Reap!

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Curry madness:

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Name that seafood:

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Tree versus sidewalk:

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“PHO” (quotes). Below: lovely ant mounds.

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Wat Bo:

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Death:

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“Hello Tiger King!”

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Wat Damnack

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Center for Khmer Studies:

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I do like how they put the books on the Khmer Rouge in red.

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Actually, nothing about this place is organic. It’s just part of the name.

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The bus ride back to Phnom Penh:

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