This will probably be my last Travel Times for Cambodia but I'll then do one for Tasmania which I just came back from, and then one for Melbourne where I am going this week!
I decided my last Cambodian Travel Times post would be about the animals I saw, the good, the bad and the surprising.
We were blessed to visit a small village that had been set up from overseas monetary donations, and this little pig was a big contributor to their successful pig farm.
It was such lovely surprise to spot this guy hanging out at a cricket farm we visited! I spent a lot of time holding him!
Spiders! I think the tarantulas were my favourite because they were so unexpected and really quite enjoyable to play with!
We saw a couple of white horses wandering around the temples of Ankor, although none of them were dressed as elaborately as this one!
I hadn't really expected to see dogs around the place, but they were everywhere!
Last but not least are crickets, a popular source of food in Cambodia. We were told that cricket farms are less labour intensive and more profitable than pig farms in many cases! I can't imagine cricket farms hitting off here in Australia, but you never know...
Great pictures Candice! You are making me want a holiday haha! Can't wait to see some Tassy pictures!ReplyDelete
Enjoy Melbourne! :) xx
Thank you! Haha, I've certainly done a lot of travelling this year, I'm very lucky!Delete
I love that countries that aren't as developed or technologically dominant really get to nature's roots and appreciate animals. Can't say as much about the insects, but elephants are so beautiful! I love the way they decorate their elephants & horses. Great snaps, Candice. Have fun in Melbourne, ahh my favourite!ReplyDelete
You're so right, the elephants are just incredible. Thanks Rebecca!Delete
Love your photos Candice! I love this post, it was different to beauty which is nice (I still love beauty though haha). Happy holidaying!(Is that even a word? haha)ReplyDelete
Thanks dear Sophie! I like to have a nice mix of beauty and other themed posts on this blog, I'm glad you do too :)Delete