Tomb Raider Temple" because part of the movie starring Angelina Jolie was filmed here. While the Angkor architecture is pretty amazing, what is more amazing to me is the way that nature has a way of outlasting it all. Still, kudos to Cambodia for doing a lot to make sure that people can visit these temples safely (there were several areas that were off limits this time around which I was able to freely scramble all over when I last visited in 2006).
krama, the traditional Khmer scarf that has 101 uses, including keeping dust out of your face. I have a similar cloth from Northeast Thailand that I had included in my luggage for the trip, for some inexplicable reason I didn't think to give it to Mali before we toured the temples. My bad.
Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil
This was the coolest moment of the day.
My family in front of the Buddha head in the tree. Cambodia doesn't have one of these!