I am afraid I have no pictures for this blog, even the feature picture is one from the free picture gallery. But our border crossing from Cambodia to Vietnam was such an interesting experience I thought I would share it. We started out by leaving our hostel on time instead of early as we had … Continue reading An Interesting Border Crossing
I have already written about some of the less pleasant, but probably more important sites we vitised while in Phnom Penh, however we did do a few other things while they were there which I would still like to share with you. First off, I want to talk about the hostel we stayed in, Eighty8 … Continue reading Pods, Palace And A Prince
After our rock climbing adventure, we headed to Kep to chill out at the beach for a couple of days or so we thought. The place we were staying was nice enough, it was traditional style accommodation in wooden buildings raised off the floor, and much cleaner and well kept than High Tide had been. … Continue reading Beach Days
I promised in a previous blog to tell you about our climbing experience in Cambodia so here it is. One of the ways I used to get my husband more excited about our trip before we set off was to tell him about all the places which were called climbing "meccas" in the guide books. … Continue reading Rocks and Pepper In Kampot
When we eventually made our way on from Siem Reap, we decided our next destination would be the coast of Cambodia. For us that meant getting our first ever overnight bus to Phnom Penh and then onward to our first stop at Kampot. The overnight journey was interesting. Instead of chairs it was all slightly … Continue reading River Kayaking To A Temple
This is not going to be a pleasant blog to write or for you to read, however it is an important one. It has been brought to my attention that I could be using genocide in the wrong context here, however as one of the places covered in this blog is called the Genocide Museum … Continue reading Secret Genocide
Although I have already written about my experience at Angkor Wat; there is a lot more to the Angkor Temple Complex than that. We visited so many temples while we were in Siem Reap we almost got templed out. Before I go into more detail about the Keep Calm part of my title, with the exception … Continue reading Keep Calm And Angkor On
The most touristy activity possible in Cambodia is going to watch the sun rise behind Angkor Wat. So after a few days in Siem Reap we gave in and booked a tuk tuk to take us there, leaving our hotel at 4:30am. As we arrived it was still pitch dark and we both instantly regretted … Continue reading Sunrise? Wat Sunrise?