Glorius Cambodia – Rocking a big, puffy fro in the ancient Angkor ruins

I’ve been meaning to share pictures of my week-long holiday to Cambodia in October last year for ages. My fiancé  and I decided to start our visit in Siem Reap, a bustling tourist town in the north east of the country, after which we travelled south to the capital Phnom Penh for a few days, before finally heading back to Siem Reap for our last 2 nights. I’ve decided to divide this travel update into three different posts which are all picture heavy, so I’ll let the photos tell most of the story.

The photos in this post were all taken in the Angkor Archaeological Park. The most majestic of all the temples in the complex is Angkor Wat, located about 6 kilometres north of Siem Reap, and was built in the 12th century. This  world heritage site is generally considered an architectural masterpiece and it was easy to see why once you were approaching it.

In this first update, I’ve included loads of pics to show you how my hair did in the weather. Let’s just say that the humidity got to my fro big time! Not that I minded. I was on holiday and felt free to let my hair just do its thing naturally, but I honestly think it was the first time that I ever saw it that big and puffy due to the weather.

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Now for my ramp walking shots 🙂

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Here you can see the full extent what the humidity did to my hair – one big puff ball!

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And here…

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