On our last day aboard the Jahan, we spent the morning exploring the town of Angkor Ban. This small town is significant because it is one of the few towns spared the ravages of the Khmer Rouge. The homes are still the original buildings, some dating back to the 1800s. Modern conveniences like electricity have arrived, but life goes on in much the same way it has for centuries. It was such a joy to walk among the local people, who welcomed us to the community. We happened upon a wedding, and our guests were invited to be photographed with the bride and groom.