It's been several months since I visited Cambodia, but I have yet to share some of my favorite shots of the trip (back in April). One of my favorite activities when visiting another country is shopping at a local market. Not only do I enjoy the haggling and shopping, but I find it's an excellent place to see the locals and get a feel for the town. When I'm shooting, I enjoy capturing the feel of the country.
I've been in Phnom Penh for the past couple of days, and I'm sad to say my Cambodia trip is coming to end. Cambodia has such a special place in my heart. I couldn't tell you in words. Maybe it's because on my first trip I met so many of my dear friends. Or maybe it's because the people of Cambodia have big hearts. Or maybe it's because my dear tuk tuk driver, Mr. Sith, bought me and my parents (yes, my parents) gifts. Cambodia is been good for my soul. I'm sad I'm heading out tomorrow. But tonight is my last night with Richelle. So it's on. Time to eat Chinese food (yes, Chinese food.) lol. Then tomorrow she and I travel back in time!
(And because posts are more interesting with pictures, the one above is in Angkor Wat. Asian tourists always complete a picture.)