The Suzanne Visit, Five: A Bend through the Bayon

My return to the Bayon this time evoked a powerful curiosity that I think was directly related to the lack of heat. This trip was substantially cooler and more comfortable than the first time I visited Angkor Wat. With less heat came a greater concentration on the inscriptions and wall carvings. The experience was much more meditative and detail-oriented. You’ll also notice some attention paid to the vandalism here, too.

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