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Temples and palace in Bangkok

Posted by admin On November - 23 - 2009
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The Maya ruins of Tulum

Posted by admin On November - 7 - 2008

Temple Trip Vol 3

Posted by admin On March - 9 - 2007

This time I was visiting a river with carved stones with Buddah, crocodile… I had to drive far out about 49km. Then I walked there and back about 1hour. After that I visited the last two more temple.

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Temple Trip Vol 2

Posted by admin On March - 8 - 2007

Visiting other five more temple. Later visisting the market.

Preh Khan:

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Ankor Wat

Posted by admin On March - 7 - 2007

Doing the first day of the temple tour. Getting up at 5:00am. Starting with sunrise at Ankor Wat (was no real sunrise). After that we went seeing Ankor Thom with Bayon, Baphuon, Phimeanakas and the Terraces of the Elephants and the Leper King. Next we passed the Victory Gate, Thommanom and Te Keo. After that the famous Ta Prohm, my favourite temple who is swallowed by the jungle and here they made some scenes of the movie “Tomb Raider”. Finally we visited Banteay Kdei.

Ankor Wat:
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Sunset at Phnom Bakheng

Posted by admin On March - 6 - 2007

Finally the bus arrived around midday at Siem Riep. Jenny and I share a room what is lots better then the room of the last night. We went for watching the sunset at Phnom Bakheng. We got a three day trip with tuk tuk for $25 for each of us. First sunset is free but was disappointing. Lots of people, no good photos and I had seen better sunsets. Read the rest of this entry »

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Another temple

Posted by admin On February - 26 - 2007

I visited the oldest temple Vat Xieng Thong of Luang Prabang. It is supposed to be the most beautiful temple in Laos. As well I had booked my ticket today for going back to Vientiane. I will get my visa there for Cambodia. Jost leaves tomorrow too and we will share a room in Vientiane. Read the rest of this entry »

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Temple watching and a fountain in the bathroom

Posted by admin On February - 24 - 2007

Chris and I watched a couple of temple today. In the evening we went for dinner and met a funny couple with them we went later on to the last place what was opened in Luang Prabang – the bowling bar. And who did I met – Jost, a friend of Andy, we didn’t see for at least 3 years. We hang out and went later to the Mekong. When we decided to go home i offered Jost to stay with us because it was to far for him. Chris was so drunk, it was 4:00am and somehow he broke the sink from the wall. The sink was completely destroyed and we had a big fountain at the bathroom. Was really embarrassing when the lady came and had to fix it at night. Read the rest of this entry »

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Arrived in Chiang Mai

Posted by admin On February - 16 - 2007

After a 12hours busride from Bangkok I arrived around 6:00am at Chiang Mai. I asked one of the swedish I met for sharing a room so we paid only 100baht each for our accomodation. Frederic (the swedish) wanted to walk around so we did a little tour in Chiang Mai visiting some temple. It was a little bit complicated to find the way back to the guesthouse but finally we got it. Later I booked for 1600baht my three day  trekking tour through the jungle and the mountains around Chiang Mai. Read the rest of this entry »

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Temple and Orchid Garden

Posted by admin On October - 2 - 2006

The Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple in Nadi

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