Angkor impressions – first chapter
I have no idea how to share my Angkor-experience with you. It is beyond amazing, I simply don’t know the words to use. The intense feelings and experiences just flooding me and I still process the fact, that I can be here, I can experience all these.
To share at least a bit, here you have some if my favourite fotos. Check out the first batch.
This is one of my favourites. During the restoration works it was partially left swallowed by the jungle that creates a unique, atmospheric setup. It is called Tomb Raider temple as well – no wonder why.
This little buddhist temple was never actually finished and was not fully renovated either. It is not among the most popular temples, so ut us more likely to meet less visitors than in the famous sites.
This amazing temple was taken apart piece by piece during the renovation work, but the work was stopped by the Cambodian civil war. Then during the Khmer Rouge rule all the notes and records were destroyed. All that is left is a huge 3D puzzle.