With less than 48 hours in the small city of Siem Reap, Cambodia, home to the world-renowned temples of Angkor Wat, our limited time was reduced even further as whatever stomach bug had previously decimated Julie, slowly caught up to me, having its way in an indescribably-non-fun-at-all manner. After a 24-hour period which I would prefer was erased from my memory banks forever, my futile attempt at "rallying" the following morning for sunrise over Angkor Wat instead involved being carried back in a semi-conscious state to our Tuk Tuk, as my body decided the already-oppressive 5AM heat was just enough to place me in a deep-sweat-near-fainting state.
Nonetheless, 8 bed-ridden hours later, with a nice dose of Cipro working its wonderful magic (once again, hurray for 3rd world pharmaceutical laxness!), I managed to join Julie for round 2 of our 3-hour "sprint" around Angkor Wat, aka the "City of Temples", aka the largest religious monument in the world, aka dammit there are no bathrooms anywhere! And that is all I would like to say about that.
Onto the pics: