Monday, April 23, 2007

また東南アジア / Back to South East Asia


Tomorrow, I'm off to Laos and Cambodia again, until May 9. I was in Laos last year too, but then my center of attention was Luang Prabang. This year, I plan to visit the very south of the country, and then trickle down along the Mekong river to Cambodia. While Laos is one of the most laid-back places on Earth, Cambodia is rather crazy (likely as the result of the decades-long civil war). I was there in 2005, but that was before I had started this blog, so few people have seen my pictures from that trip. Apart from the hundreds I took at Angkor Wat and environs, here are a few of my favorites.

Cambodia 2005

プノンペンの本屋さん ・ Phnom Penh bookseller
Sign on the door in my hotel room in Siem Reap
市場にて ・ At the vegetable market
カエルのしょうが焼き ・ Fried ginger with chopped frog


Landmine Victim Orchestra performing outside Banteay Srei.

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