When I first travelled to Cambodia in 2012, I had a really clear intention for how I wanted to spend my time there. I wanted to explore the temples around Siem Reap and immerse myself in Cambodia’s ancient history. But when it came to it’s tragic modern history, I didn’t think I would be able to handle it.
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One thing that I loved so much about Angkor Wat is that, despite it being huge, it is full of intricacies. For me, this is what made it so impressive; I can’t even begin to imagine the dedication and resources that it must have taken to create a building of such sheer size with such attention to detail.
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By now I’ve advised you like 50 times that if you’re going to visit Angkor Wat you should allow a really long time to see it thoroughly. In part, this is because it’s frickin huge. But it’s also because it’s filled with endless attention to detail.
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