Si Satchanalai ruins similar to Sukkothai.
We toured around the historical site on and off bikes.
The serene face of a saffron-wrapped Buddha statue amongst the trees.
Another ancient Buddha, this one in a niche in a stupa.
Ribbon-wrapped tree looks like a dorje stood on end, roots balancing branches.
Meditations with stone.
View over the moat, our first glimpse of the Angkor Wat complex.
More distracting than the enormity of the ruins are these monkeys hanging out in trees.
Nathan shows pictures to a curious youngster currently wearing his watch.
This bas relief figure is totally throwing the Hawaiian shaka. Aloha honey.
Wat's this? Angkor you very much, my dear Watson.
Sunshine blinds us after stepping out of the dark corridors of Angkor Wat.
More Angkor ladies standing at the corner.
I will admit I put him up to this-- but he makes such a /fine/ stair-monster!
Two of the spires at Angkor Wat.
Exchanging language lessons with young monks-to-be at a school helping many orphans.