I figured I should make a new post on every set of photos I take instead of having it all on the vacation post since we have a photography section now. If you guys ever go there, you'll find that most washrooms are like this out in the country side houses. I found that this country have thousands of temples and most of them look like this. I visited this particular one because my father donated some money to it's construction almost a decade ago. I visited a place called Pnom Koulen and there's this nice waterfall there. My older cousin and his wife that I'm meeting for the first time. I found out 6 weeks later after coming back home that she passed away. Of course the trip isn't complete unless I visit Angkor Wat and the surrounding areas. Be wary of the monkeys around Angkor Thom. They aren't scared of humans and will steal your good tasting mangoes! Visited the Khmer cultural center in Siem Reap which was quite interesting. They have events that happens in different times so check on it before entering. Checking out how traditional Khmer wedding is done back in the days. There was an archery range in the cultural center so I couldn't resist not trying. My accuracy was 7 out of 10 and 2 of those were bullseyes. Mind you guys that almost all of the arrows had no fletchings and it was slightly windy so I didn't think I did too badly. There are quite a few temples that are built on small mountain like hills so be ready to hike a lot. This is why I love hiking so much. The view is always great!