The Temples of Phu Si Hill in Luang Prabang, Laos

One of the many wonderful things about Luang Prabang is its proximity to everything. A traveler doesn’t need to look far to find things to do in this beautiful little town.

Reflections of Angkor

  With my three day pass to Angkor Wat. It’s almost impossible to post pictures of Angkor Wat. There are millions of images of Angkor available on the web and none of them really do it any justice. Angkor is indescribable…but I’m going to give it a try. The best part of the day to […]

The Hidden Faces of Cambodia

Mysteries abound in this strange land as do hidden faces.  The stillness of the air at Ta Prohm and the buzzing of the cicadas in the early pre-dawn light left me with a feeling of unease.  We were not alone.  Miniature sandstone faces at Ta Prohm. Giant tree roots disturb an ancient stone carving at Prasat Ta […]

Cambodia Photo Journal: Riding Elephants at Phnom Bakheng

Phnom Bakheng was built on a natural rise of 230 feet sometime during the 9th century. Also known as “Strong Hill,” is accessible by a steep stairway and by the Elephant path, which starts off on the left of the stairway. The stairway has been reduced to rubble, hence most visitors opt to visit the […]

Thailand Photo Journal: Wat Po – The Temple of the Reclining Buddha

  Reclining Buddha in Wat Po Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Po) was founded in the 16th century.  It is the oldest and biggest temple in the city.  It also has the largest number of pagodas (95) in city.  Wat Po was one of the first universities in Thailand.  The university is best known for its […]