September 14, 2011 | Cambodia, Destinations, | No Comments
Cambodia is more than just the temples of Angkor - here's a few of our pictures from our travels around the country. Read More »
July 5, 2011 | Cambodia, Destinations, | No Comments
For Carly’s birthday we decided to head to the south coast of Cambodia, to Sihanoukville, the 'premier beach resort' of the country. But could we find a nice bit of beach? Read More »
The big draw in Cambodia are the temples of Angkor and it's worth visiting the country at least once just to experience them. The other three main tourist hubs of the country, in particular Phnom Penh, are also very worthwhile and provide a rounded picture of the nation. Read More »
July 1, 2011 | Cambodia, Destinations, | No Comments
Battambang is one of the sights to see for travellers in Cambodia. It’s a bustling town but there isn’t a lot to do. A popular attraction is the Bamboo Train. Read More »
June 26, 2011 | Cambodia, Destinations, | No Comments
Having read the harrowing but excellent book First They Killed My Father about the atrocities undertaken during the Khmer Rouge regime we felt compelled and committed to visit the sites that document that period of Cambodia’s recent history. Read More »
June 26, 2011 | Cambodia, Destinations, | 2 Comments
The capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, is a modern thriving city geared up for tourists while retaining all its genuine, ‘local’ feel. Watch out for the street children though! Read More »
June 21, 2011 | Cambodia, Destinations, | No Comments
Angkor is an astounding complex of temples, near Siem Reap in North Western Cambodia. Angkor Wat is the best-preserved and the centrepiece, although others are hugely impressive in different ways; the diversity is one of the attractions. Read More »
June 6, 2011 | Cambodia, Destinations, | No Comments
Our young guide shows us the Khmer Rouge artillery near Battambang, Cambodia. The hill is where the Khmer Rouge marched up countless people to murder them, before tumbling them down a hole into a cave. He's collecting empty cans to trade in. Read More »

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