A secluded bay in the Dorset coast featured often in the novels of Thomas Hardy. Here from behind the huge sand banks the sea can sweep in behind and completely cut you off.
David Stanford visited Angkor in 2000. At the time it was still a dangerous place with unexploded mines and even pockets of Khmer Rouge still haunting the more remote parts of the site. It has now been totally cleared and is a world heritage site with thousands of visitors each year. Today most tourists only visit the central and easily accessible complex but there is far more than that to be seen.
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