Thursday, 19 February 2015

6098 miles from England is ......

Angkor Wat
 
And a surprise postcard came in the post today! :-)
 
The description on the card is ...
 
"Fire in the sky. A magic sunrise in Angkor Wat"
 
 
 
Angkor is one of the most important archaeological sites in South-East Asia.

 contains the magnificent remains of the
different capitals of the Khmer Empire, from the 9th to the 15th century.

 They include the famous Temple of Angkor Wat and  at
Angkor Thom, the Bayon Temple with its countless sculptural decorations.
 
My good blogger  friend Jackie and her husband
are currently on a trip which will eventually take them
to Australia and New Zealand. 
 
Jackie's blog "Junk Boat Travels"  is amazing .. believe me !!
Take a look for yourself. 
   They travel a lot, so lots to read and see.
 
BIG THANK YOU to Jackie ♥
 

10 comments:

  1. Interesting, and a place I have never heard of You must have an amazing collection of cards now. Keep warm and well Diane xox

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  2. Hi Diane , Very interesting indeed . It seems that a lot of people are visiting places like Cambodia, Burma and other countries nearby more and more, and yes to some that I have never heard of too. My collection is amazing thanks to everyone that travels :-) . I have two more to write about , from another friend, and yet another place far flung. Take care , Stay warm too, Anne xx

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  3. This is a place I would love to visit. It is on my list and I hope I get the chance to go :-)

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  4. Glad you enjoyed it, more to come!!!

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  5. And what a beautiful scene it is!

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  6. Sounds and looks like a very interesting place. I hope Jackie and her husband have a wonderful time on their travels :-)

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  7. Lovely scenery Annie, you certainly have some interesting and well travelled friends.
    I hope Oxfordshire is warmer than Merseyside!
    love Di xx

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  8. Magical and certainly a place that is on my wishlist.

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  9. I have always wanted to visit Cambodia-just fascinating.

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