- Photos of Cambodia now published -

Cambodia Photos!

Hi everyone,

We’ve been struggling somewhat in New Zealand, as there’s a distinct lack of WiFi – so we’re falling behind on the website. In parallel we are doing our best to stay on top of the photos though. We’ve now put our Cambodia photos up for you to enjoy! There are 4 albums:

Snaps of us

Angkor Temples

Phnom Penh

Siem Reap War Museum

We will be working on a post about Cambodia, as well as another about the rest of our trip in Vietnam. Then on to Australia and New Zealand (which is where we are now!)

Hope you like the photos, let us know 🙂

5 Comments

  • GARY DAVIS

    Yet more awesome photographs Andy. Love the sunrise picture at Angkor. Do you think that Cambodia is the country least affected by tourism of all the countries you’ve visited so far? Love to you both.

    Gary

    (p.s. You need to change your copyright statement on your photos to 2017)

    January 28, 2017 - 11:27 am Reply
    • Andy

      Hey Gary! Thanks for the photo compliments 🙂 I was torn over the copyright thing as they were taken in 2016, but published in 2017 – hmm… Thanks for the reminder though – will definitely update for the 2017 pics.

      To answer your question about Cambodia; it’s tough to say, because Cambodia is heavily reliant on tourism as much as Nepal & Vietnam; but it did seem less touristy – but only marginally. Naturally this was not the case at Angkor – tourists everywhere! I’m anticipating parts of South America to be slightly less inundated with tourists, but we’ll see.

      January 29, 2017 - 10:20 pm Reply
  • kevbgcol

    Great photos, the ones of the Temples are amazing. X

    January 28, 2017 - 8:44 pm Reply
    • Andy

      Thanks pops 🙂

      January 29, 2017 - 10:18 pm Reply
  • Stacey-Marie

    Amazing photography bro – so atmospheric, the temple photos give you a real sense of the scale, they made me feel that they are quite majestic but also quite intimidating..!?
    Love the mix of scenery and emotion in Phnom Penh and war museum – from calm serenity, to hustle and bustle and to the sense of sadness…xxx

    February 24, 2017 - 6:18 am Reply

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