Category Archives: Cambodia

Time to go home

I cannot believe I am writing our final blog post already! The last 8 months have flown by, I can still picture what the countryside looked like in the UK, all dry from the August sunshine as we were leaving … Continue reading

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ATM’s in South East Asia

In Thailand, Laos, Cambodia & Vietnam ATM’s like to charge you a withdrawal fee for you using their services. Not only is this annoying but on a long trip this starts to add up pretty quickly. We are travelling with … Continue reading

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From Sihanoukville to Phou Quoc

By the time we had finished exploring Phnom Penh, Alan and I were both in agreement that Cambodia isn’t the most tourist friendly country and it was probably a good idea to cut our time short and head to Vietnam … Continue reading

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The Killing Fields & S21

As morbid and depressing as it may seem going to visit the Killing Fields and S21 in Phnom Penh, they are two sites that bore witness to Cambodia’s bloody and not so distant past. To learn more about what happened … Continue reading

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The Temples of Angkor

We spent three days exploring the temples of Angkor in the Batmobile. Yes, really, the Batmobile!: There are three ticket options available. One day is $20, three days is $40 and can be used on any day within seven days … Continue reading

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