Ta Prohm was one of my favorite temples, not for the temple itself, but for the trees that have made Ta Prohm their home. The trees add such an amazing element to Ta Prohm, sad as it may be. When the trees grow they eventually become support for the structure grown, but when the trees die or fall from a storm they the structure collapses.
As a result, there is much construction going on at Ta Prohm right now.
“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you
did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
― Maya Angelou
Hi, I'm Trish, the writer, creator and photographer of this blog. I started this blog for 2 reasons, 1 - When I found out we were moving to Korea back in 2008 I was a little freaked out and started scouring the internet for information on Korea. At that time there wasn't much out there so I am doing my part in helping families across the world not be so freaked out when it comes time to move to Korea. The 2nd reason I started this blog was to help stay connected to family members back in the states. Today it is so much more that.
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