Some of the local kids we met in a village in Cambodia. Very warm and friendly people.
This “bike” is called a rickshaw. The driver gave me a chance to drive him around except the bikes are small and my knees kept hitting the handlebars -ouch! The Lamborghini rickshaw was pretty awesome too.
We were able to get up close and personal with some animals. These elephants in Angkor were the “trucks” of our day. Riding them made you realize how big these things were…
This band comprised of people that lost limbs due to all of the mines that were dropped in Cambodia during the 1970’s.
Believe it or not, this is a “gas station” in rural Cambodia. Most people drive scooters and this is where they fuel up.
This temple in Angkor Wat was a thousand years old but the design and complexity of it was simply amazing!
Taking a well deserved break in Angkor Wat. We put in 15,000+ steps a day!