the moves of the apsaras themselves.
pointing their fingers and toes as in Western dance, these dancers
flex their hands and feet back in impossible-looking but graceful
moves were slow and incredibly controlled. Really feminine and sexy,
but totally exotic.
performance, the dancers waited around bored for people to take pictures
told a folk tale of daily life.
provided an alternative mode of transportation to the less easily
sold us some lotus, which we learned how to pick the seeds out, peel
them, and eat.
doing monkey business.
use mopeds to transport everything, including these 2 live pigs.
also saw people carrying dozens of live chickens hanging from their
feet from mopeds, and as many as 4 people would ride on a single moped
puppet plays are a traditional art form in Cambodia.
is one of the very fancy houses in Siem Reap.
flat fish available at the Siem Reap market.
market sells food, textiles, crafts, and souvenirs, but the shopkeepers
(indeed, almost everyone in Cambodia) are very pushy to all tourists.
musicians played outside of Ta Prohm. They seemed to appreciate our
floating village on Tonle Sap lake.
began a 5 hour harrowing journey along the Tonle Sap river toward
Phnom Penh. But that was the ugly portion of our holiday in Cambodia,
and it remains uncommemorated in digital form.