Other People’s Adventures at Angkor

Here’s a collection of other travel bloggers’ posts about Angkor that I’ve enjoyed. Let me know if there’s any particularly great ones you know of that I haven’t listed here. It’s good to get a variety of perspectives here, so even if I disagree with some of the advice (I think you should give to charity, not beggars, and bicycle, not hire a tuktuk) it’s valuable to read these. Plus there’s a ton of great pictures!

Karolina Patryk: Siem Reap and Angkor Wat – Food for Thought

While I’m Young and Skinny has a lot of posts on the subject

My Gipsy Soul: Angkor Wat – Wonder of the World

Romancing the Globe: Exploring Ancient Temple Ruins in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Vegan Food Quest takes a break from food to tell you how best to enjoy the sunrise in Angkor

Finally, enjoy these photos from my good friend Will Hatton over at the Broke Backpacker

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  • Hello Thomas,

    I’m Alexandra Rogin from the Italian Breaks travel blog; a blog about everything related to travelling and with focus on Italy and Italian accommodations. Right now I’m dropping an email as I recently put together this article (that also has a fun quiz at the end!):

    http://blog.italianbreaks.com/5-love-languages-italy-has-to-offer/

    The post is sort of a love guide for people who are interested in Italy and Italian culture; the people there have specific ways of perceiving love.

    Hope you love it and if you can help me share it out at all it would be much appreciated.
    Any questions, just give me a shout.

    Thank you,
    Alex

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