The weather had us worried up to the last minute. The end of monsoon season, which lasts well beyond the Water Festival, gave us spectacular thunderstorms and showers that left the air charged with moisture. Worse still, at the Wat Botum temple, a sudden squall blew down a twenty-meter wall featuring Mak Remiss’ series on fire. It will have to be redone, but the flame is still burning.
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