An earlier start today as we head back to Angkor and explore more of the many temples. We start by taking the long ride out to Banteay Srei. It’s a great temple with a different style to others in the complex.

We stop at the landmine museum and take a look around. The work done there is very impressive. They have cleared tens of thousands of landmines in Cambodia, that were laid by Khmer Rouge during the civil war. Amazing almost all of the landmines have been cleared by one man, using a stick and a screwdriver. His costs are a few dollars each day, whereas international groups and military forces charge about US$1,000 per landmine. Impressive stuff. We make a donation.

We head to more temples on our way back to the main sight. We stop in a cafe for a drink and the heavens open. We wait about 30 minutes before the rains finally stop.

We explore more temples in the main sight before heading back to the guesthouse.

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  1. Will Angkor be a ruin?
    I have heard the temple in Angkor is falling into desrepair and that it is said that it will be a ruin in several years. How do you see it? Do you think it is going to be a ruin or did you see some care of it?


  2. The temples of Angkor have
    The temples of Angkor have been carefully restored and preserved. Angkor Thom is the exception, which has been left as it was found, with the wonderful massive tress growing within it.


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