Roscoe’s photos of our trip to Cambodia’s famous Angkor temples tell a beautiful story. His journal is fantastic and the link to the photos are a must see.
Though a truly phenomenal World Heritage Site, we were saddened by some rather shoddy restoration work that seems to be going on recently. You can imagine how surprised we were to find that half of the most iconic temple, Angkor Wat itself, was covered by green tarpaulin due to works being done!
Despite this, the site is captivating to walk around. My favourite temple had to be Bayon – the huge faces carved into the stone and the ancient trees bursting out of the rock was exquisite.
Click here to read Roscoe’s brilliant article and view his accompanying photos.