We are finally back in Korea after 18 days of traveling in Thailand and Cambodia! It’s strange to be back and teaching classes, though we are only playing a few review games with the students before graduation next week. Then it will be spring vacation for the rest of February and we will be off on more adventures, this time around Korea. We will also be editing photos and videos from our trip and will be sharing them with you as soon as possible.
For the time being, here is a sneak peek of our time in Cambodia. We spent a week exploring Phnom Penh as well as Siem Reap. We also took three days to explore the incredible Angkor Wat Complex in utter awe. I’m pretty sure Ryan just walked around the entire time with his mouth wide open in either disbelief or grinning from ear to ear. Seeing the temples was on the top of his list and watching his excitement was the highlight of mine.
Tuk tuk ride through Phnom Penh
The Royal Palace in the capital
The gardens of the National Museum
The Moonlight Pavilion also looks incredible in the sunlight
The victims of the genocide memorialized inside a stupa at the Choeung Ek Killing Fields
Exploring the Angkor Wat temples!
One of Ryan’s favorite photos from our first day wandering around the ruins