Travel Blogs from Cambodia

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The streets are MAD!, Phnom Penh, Cambodia travel blog

The streets are MAD!

A travel blog entry by dstean

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I have now tried most forms of transport... Moped - I really wasn't going to - what with all the lack of helmet thing and all that but it was a quarter of the price of a Tuk Tuk so I thought what the hell... Tuk Tuk - These makes you feel ...

Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia travel blog

Cambodia

A travel blog entry by wetwo

... ?) and closer to the airport. A one-hour flight and a four hour wait in Bankok then on to Phnom Penh. When going to Cambodia carry US cash. We knew this and tried to get some in the Bangkok airport. They woud only sell us baht (Thai money). ...

A countryside bathed in dust, Sen Monorom, Cambodia travel blog

A countryside bathed in dust

A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave

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After arriving in the far more relaxed Sen Monorom, our first day was a tour of the local sights.  We hopped on the back of a Toyota pickup (which, since touring the Dominican Republic in this fashion, will forever be dubbed "gua-guas").  Fong, ...

Yours Truly Overwhelmed, Phnom Penh, Cambodia travel blog

Yours Truly Overwhelmed

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng

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... flight, I realised that I would do this adventure all over again without any hesitations. I almost certainly began to miss Laos and Cambodia even before I could leave Phnom Penh. Certainly sure that I will be back again.   Thank you for reading! ...

Angkor Temples and Horse Riding, Siem Reap, Cambodia travel blog

Angkor Temples and Horse Riding

A travel blog entry by dirkmarta

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Haciendo memoria...Llegamos a Siem Reap despues de seis horas de bus, con el trequeteo ya habitual y el conductor esquivando las pobres vacas que van a su aire (por cierto no queda claro si la que yacia en la cuneta, yacia o fue un buen golpe... pero ...

Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia travel blog

Angkor Wat

A travel blog entry by sharor

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... I see animals hurt and thought that that was shocking. It would have been different if they were dead.  I've heard that Cambodia can be tough going and in one moment you see something that shocks you but the next you see something that makes you ...

Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia travel blog

Cambodia

A travel blog entry by jenandsin

... . Its run by an ex-child soldier of the Khmer Rouge, Aki Ra, and he has dedicated his life to dismantling landmines in Cambodia and caring for victims of the blasts. Its a really interesting place and you can meet some of the children that he and his ...

(38) Stop-off in KOMPONG CHAM, Kompong Cham, Cambodia travel blog

(38) Stop-off in KOMPONG CHAM

A travel blog entry by the-boy_picot

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Long beach - Paradise, Koh Rong, Cambodia travel blog

Long beach - Paradise

A travel blog entry by lpringle

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Our alarms went off very early this morning and we went and sat on the beach to watch the sunrise. It was quite cloudy so we didn't expect much but as the sun came up the clouds cleared and it was really pretty. Our wait for the sunrise was entertained ...

Into the Jungle, Koh Kong, Cambodia travel blog

Into the Jungle

A travel blog entry by lpringle

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... we'd started from! When we got back we checked into Asian Hotel to get a decent shower and bed for our last night in Cambodia (I was unimpressed when the shower then ran out of water half way through my hair wash!). We went to a nice hotel across the ...

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