Prasat Bayon: Faces

To be immortalized in stone and to stand proud after weathering centuries of change, Prasat Bayon’s faces will prove how vanity is enshrined in every culture. // Taken July, 2015 while photowalking with Iko // … [Read more...]

Leg 6: The Finish Line

My Leg 5 entry ended with half of the day left. While we were heading back to the guesthouse, Doi and Ed agreed to go to the Old Market to buy some stuff for friends and to check out Pub Street during daytime while it was not too crowded. I declined because (honestly) I was through for the day and … [Read more...]

Leg 5 Of That Thailand-Cambodia Backpacking Trip: Almost Done

I have been meaning to finish writing about my first Thailand-Cambodia backpacking trip but never really got around to getting it done. Today, I am determined to do just that and I will not write about another topic until I have published this. an early Day 3 for the Tatlong Itlog Now, where did … [Read more...]

Leg 3 Of That Unplanned Backpacking Trip: Thailand-Cambodia

When you go home late, expect that on the next day you’ll wake up late or even later than what you have originally planned. That was what happened to us exactly. After eating our (unexpectedly) scrumptious breakfast, we started our temple tour around Siem Reap, Cambodia. Our friend, Doi, was the … [Read more...]

Still On That Unplanned Backpacking Trip: Thailand-Cambodia (Leg 2)

Upon arrival in Siem Reap, Cambodia, we settled at Bou Savy Guest House, a family-owned inn that is conveniently located five minutes away from the main road but secluded enough so that guests can enjoy the quiet comfort. My friend, Doi, was the one who made the reservation while we were in the … [Read more...]