Innersearch Asian Odyssey 2008 Retrospective
All is quiet at the Aadheenam today, so we bring you 40 photos from Innersearch.
Here we are again in Cambodia. It’s our last full day in Siem Reap on the 2008 Asian Odyssey and before we head off to explore more temples we honour Raymond Boey in the hotel lobby.
Raymond is from Kuala Lumpur and is our travel coordinator there that helped to organize parts of the Cambodian and Kuala Lumpur portions of the Innersearch. He has helped us on previous Innersearches as well and always does a great job. Thank you for always being so reliable and ready to help.
Our first stop is Ta Prohm the ancient temple covered with giant trees.
We cross a bridge to get into the temple premises.
Giant trees with their roots wrap around structures, an amazing sight to behold.
Praful Patel from Winnipeg, Canada.
Niraj Thaker from London, UK.
Only the base of the Siva Lingam remains in this sanctum.
Carole Kahn from Kauai, Hawaii.
Shailesh Trivedi and Sadhaka Dandapani.
Lindsay Boyer and Palaniswami.
Swami knows that two straws are faster than one.
Saravananathaswami tries to get a close up photo of a cow and her calf.
We depart Ta Prohm and head to Angkow Wat, the world’s largest temple.
It took a while to get all of us lined up for this group photo but it was well worth it. A sweet memento of our days in Cambodia.
The causeway leading to the temple.
Within the gigantic corridors of Angkor.
The monastic staff pose for a group photo in front of Angkor Wat.
The corridors are filled with intricate artwork that stretches on and on.
Indra Dhaksinamurthi from Boston, USA.
Devi Marks and Vinaya Alahan from USA.
Nathan Sendan from USA
Steep steps lead up to one of the sanctums.