Camboya 2004

PHNOM PHEN: The Killing Fields and the S-21 (Tuol Sleng)

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Stupa at the Killing Fields
Stupa at the Killing Fields
Stupa at the Killing Fields
Stupa at the Killing Fields
The Killing Fields: sepping mass graves and bones everywhere. What a horrible story
The Killing Fields: sepping mass graves and bones everywhere. What a horrible story
The S-21, used for "interrogations". Nobody came out alive...
The S-21, used for "interrogations". Nobody came out alive...
S-21: chains used for "bedtime"
S-21: chains used for "bedtime"
SIEM REAP: Angkor Wat, Ta Phrom and other temples
Statues of Devas, guardian gods, at the South Gate of Angkor Thom
Statues of Devas, guardian gods, at the South Gate of Angkor Thom
3 in a motorbike near the Bayon temple, at Angkor Thom
3 in a motorbike near the Bayon temple, at Angkor Thom
Temple guardian at Angkor Thom
Temple guardian at Angkor Thom
Faces at the Bayon temple in Angkor Thom
Faces at the Bayon temple in Angkor Thom
Bayon temple in Angkor Thom
Bayon temple in Angkor Thom
Bayon temple, in Angkor Thom
Bayon temple, in Angkor Thom
Bayon temple, in Angkor Thom
Bayon temple, in Angkor Thom
Bayon temple, in Angkor Thom
Bayon temple, in Angkor Thom
Bayon temple, in Angkor Thom
Bayon temple, in Angkor Thom
Statue of a naga, mythological snake with several heads
Statue of a naga, mythological snake with several heads
Laundry at Angkow Wat?
Laundry at Angkow Wat?
Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat
Discussing very important issues at Angkor Wat...
Discussing very important issues at Angkor Wat...
Statue at the entrance of the temple of Angkor Wat
Statue at the entrance of the temple of Angkor Wat
Bas relief of apsara
Bas relief of apsara
Angkor Wat under the rainbow
Angkor Wat under the rainbow
Angkor Wat towers
Angkor Wat towers
Angkor Wat... a classic picture!
Angkor Wat... a classic picture!
Man planting rice in the Angkor temples area
Man planting rice in the Angkor temples area
Pink sandstone bas relief at the Banteay Srei temple
Pink sandstone bas relief at the Banteay Srei temple
Banteay Srei temple made of pink sandstone
Banteay Srei temple made of pink sandstone
Bas relief at the Banteay Srei temple in pink sandstone representing Indra on its three headed elephant
Bas relief at the Banteay Srei temple in pink sandstone representing Indra on its three headed elephant
Cambodian girl
Cambodian girl
Walking in the rice paddies
Walking in the rice paddies
Walking in the rice paddies
Walking in the rice paddies
Working at the rice paddies
Working at the rice paddies
Cambodian peasant
Cambodian peasant
Happy children!
Happy children!
Carrying wood
Carrying wood
Entrance to the Ta Prohm temple
Entrance to the Ta Prohm temple
Ta Prohm temple
Ta Prohm temple
Temple with strangler figs trees and roots at Ta Prohm
Temple with strangler figs trees and roots at Ta Prohm
Roots of strangler figs inside the Ta Prohm temple
Roots of strangler figs inside the Ta Prohm temple
Roots of strangler figs inside the Ta Prohm temple
Roots of strangler figs inside the Ta Prohm temple
Old temple keeper of Ta Prohm
Old temple keeper of Ta Prohm
Old temple keeper of Ta Prohm. His portrait was the cover of my Lonely Planet guide for Cambodia
Old temple keeper of Ta Prohm. His portrait was the cover of my Lonely Planet guide for Cambodia
Part of Ta Prohm destroyed by strangler figs
Part of Ta Prohm destroyed by strangler figs
Large strangler fig growing at Ta Prohm temple
Large strangler fig growing at Ta Prohm temple
View of rainbow over Angkor Wat from Phnom Bakeng hill
View of rainbow over Angkor Wat from Phnom Bakeng hill
View of rainbow over Angkor Wat from Phnom Bakeng hill
View of rainbow over Angkor Wat from Phnom Bakeng hill
Sunset from Phnom Bakeng hill
Sunset from Phnom Bakeng hill
Sunset from Phnom Bakeng hill
Sunset from Phnom Bakeng hill
Apsara dancer
Apsara dancer

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  1. Hola Paula,

    Soy un miembro más de Internations, al que le llamó la atención tu perfil por haber vivido también en Londres y los grupos a los que perteneces; y entonces vi tu blog… y qué grato descubrimiento.

    Viendo estas fotos de Camboya (yo estuve por alli el año pasado: Bangkok, Camboya y Vietnam), qué recuerdos!. Por cierto, la calidad de la imagen, magnífica.

    Por lo que veo eres también asidua a la escritura. Con más calma trataré de leer acerca de esos Random Thoughts.

    En fin, espero seguir en contacto. Un saludo.

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