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After riding 4 km in Siem Reap’s flooded and dark streets during the night and some inconvenience when buying the tickets, finally, we reached Cambodia’s most precious attraction. Every year more than 2 million people come to this country and the majority of them don’t miss visiting the temples of Angkor Wat. Quickly we got in the middle of the all-nationalities crowd elbow to elbow to see a rare sunrise with no clouds in the middle of the monsoon season. Suddenly, the sky started to change its colors, from black do dark blue, then violet and last orange. Then we understood why all the effort to be there was worth it and have to chance to two wonders, one natural and other made by the human race that could combine in so poetic and harmonic way. When the sun was already a bit high in the sky and could not decide to definitely show up or to hide behind the towers I’ve run to a secondary temple and took this frame style picture. I will never forget those days, which marked my first weeks not only living in Cambodia but my whole experience in Asia.

Siem Reap - Cambodia
Siem Reap – Cambodia

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Translated by Lúcia Maciel
English teacher

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