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The sky was already bleeding red fire along the dark silhouette and to get a better view, I climbed atop a square-cut stone—a rectangular, rough-hewn remnant of temples past.My midnight entrance to Cambodia at a time of mourning was unintended, but I was glad for the stillness around me—a few seconds of the tropical Asian night, with its cricket chorus and shadowy palms, and I remembered how much I loved Cambodia and its people . And yet, a few minutes later, our little gang was called away from the masses—a uniformed guard waved us over and led us in the opposite direction, away from the hubbub and to the edge of the glassy moat that surrounds the temple of Angkor. That’s the thing about traveling with a group—there is a plan that everyone must follow, no matter how little sleep you got the night before.As if someone turned down a dial, I sensed all the unnecessary sounds disappear.Even the birds seemed to hold off their singing for that singular moment when early morning burned into day.