PHOTOS – Southeast Asia Part 6

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Taken in Ratanakiri Province and Siem Reap, Cambodia

Photo captions below, by number:

(1) A worker in the mining fields. Also, um…one of my favorites.

(2) “You go down in the hole now.” Yeah, one of the guys invited me to go 120 feet down (no harness) into this hole to bring up buckets of dirt. I politely declined.

(3) Raw gems I found while mining! This is after I showered, of course, and got the orange dirt off of me.

(4) Amazing root.

(5) I always wanted to walk behind a waterfall.

(6) From behind the waterfall.

(7) Hidden statue ruins.

(8) Another cool tree root.

(9) …and another.

(10) Next time you think of complaining about how small your apartment is…

(11)

(12)

(13) Kids in a minority village.

(14) My jungle guide/ranger/former soldier of the Khmer Rouge.

(15) The traditional high houses for the unwed. There’s no way to stand up in these things, they’re so small.

(16)

(17) I enjoyed the lake, but…

(18) …the changing rooms didn’t quite cover necessary parts of the body.

(19) In another minority village where we showered under a bamboo waterfall.

(20) A worker in the mining fields. Also, um…one of my favorites.

(21) “You go down in the hole now.” Yeah, one of the guys invited me to go 120 feet down (no harness) into this hole to bring up buckets of dirt. I politely declined.

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