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#40 – Vientiane, Laos

The Pha That Luang stupa pictured above is the national symbol of Laos and the most revered religious monument in the country.  The three layered golden stupa is shown everywhere in Laos but most obvious is on their currency, the

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#22 – Angkor – Siem Reap, Cambodia

Angkor Wat. Constructed by The Khmer King Suryavarman II, Angkor Wat was considered as one of the largest religious Hindu temples in the world.  It is also estimated as the largest sandstone and laterite temple in the world.  Approximately 300,000

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#20 – Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Part 1)

The Cambodian Tuk-Tuk. For me, I learned several things this trip to Cambodia, some positive and some negative.  It was clear to me that this was the poorest country I have been to to-date and the knowledge of the Khmer

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