More north NO.5

More north

I woke up several times in the middle of the night, but for the time being, I slept.

I didn’t feel like I slept so much, but I was relieved to be able to sleep even a little.

After a bit of a daze, I washed my face, brushed my teeth, and changed clothes.

I thought I would leave as it was, but when I checked outside, the driver hadn’t come yet.


And my body is sticky despite taking a shower last night.

Certainly the air conditioner was stopped in the morning.

I may have sweated a little.

Let’s go after taking a shower.

It’s 5:30 in the morning so I still have time.

After slowly taking a shower, change clothes and return the key to the front desk.

And I had only my luggage checked in.

The driver just came to pick me up.

I asked if I had a bus ticket to Bangkok before I took the Tuk Tuk.

I had the hotel cooperate, but the bus departing in the evening was full, so I gave up and decided to stay at this hotel for another night.

After returning the bag that I had been kept to the room again, I left for Angkor Thom.

I checked my tickets, money, and passport while I was running, and I was all set.

Angkor Wat knew the name for a long time, but there are things such as Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm, and Bayon Temple that I do not know.

I don’t know what kind of building it is, but I don’t think there is anything more than yesterday’s Angkor Wat.

I thought I wouldn’t see anything more than that in my future life.

However, the Angkor Thom I mentioned earlier was more than I imagined, and I sighed because it had already crossed Angkor Wat.

I thought yesterday it was as if I had entered the RPG world.

This is the same here too, and from a design perspective, Angkor Thom is more amazing.

I wonder what this country is.

Not only this, it’s amazing.

There are many faces of the woman who is laughing when entering this.

It seems to be Khmer’s smile.

It’s a little creepy with this face everywhere.

It is a work of art made by shaving stones.

There are relatively few people because it was early in the morning and a little rainy.

There was a reason for Cambodia to push here and attract foreigners.


Everyone will be happy to come here.

Even if you come here on a tour and are dissatisfied with the hotel and food, there are few people who complain here.

Really awesome.

The stones are covered with moss, and although they were supposed to be square at the beginning, they have become round due to rain and wind over the years.

It is a historical building.

I sat down and touched it for a long time.

I think it was 3 hours for Angkor Thom alone.

Go out once, walk around, and look from various angles.

It’s a really mysterious building.

The difference in culture is the same as in India, but until then, it is completely different from Japan.

It seems that two holes were made in the stone and a stick was stuck in it to secure it.

It’s simple, but it’s better to carry than doing bad things.

I don’t see it much in Japan.

When I make a wooden house, I usually use nails.

At least my father did.

Japan has moisture and nails rust.

Even if you hit a stainless steel nail, it will deteriorate.

I think it’s not good.

Japanese houses are subject to renovation in about 30 years.

Reforms are waiting for you after making a loan and paying about half of your life with great pain.

I’m not an expert, but I’m a little disappointed with the life plan.

I would like to have a house that once built like the West, will last 100 years.

Most of the business people have four seasons in Japan, and it is the wooden buildings that can respond to the changes, but I think that there are more things now that various technologies have been developed.

I suspect that I’m doing so because I want to break the job quickly and want the next job.

I don’t really understand the truth, but I think it’s better to keep everything simple.

Building a World Heritage Site here in Cambodia is basically simple.

There is a part where I was using such a complicated structure in this era, but it basically looks simple.

That’s a great word.

However, the current cityscape is kind of tattered.

It’s far from simple construction, cost reduction, or simple construction.

Is it really made by the ancestors of this country?

Wondering, I rode a tuk-tuk to go next.

to be continued.