Travel Blogs from Cambodia

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This blog is happier, Siem Reap, Cambodia travel blog

This blog is happier

A travel blog entry by simonandkaitlyn

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Angkor Wat is a truly magical place. I don't have much knowledge to add to this blog so lets just stare at these mysterious glimpses of an ancient culture together and remember that this place we live in can be full of magic and ...

Preamble, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Preamble

A travel blog entry by ndsquirrel

I did not realize how immense the Angkor Archaeological site is.  It covers over 200 square kilometers and include 70 ruins.  Two days is not enough time to see everything.  I will be trusting Intrepid and T to include the must see ruins ...

The awe inspiring Angkor Wat, new and old friends., Siem Reap, Cambodia travel blog

The awe inspiring Angkor Wat, new and old friends.

A travel blog entry by izzy.and.nat

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... little relief, apart from when turning a corner where the breeze actually came in the bus, which happened approximately 4 times as Cambodia's road are quite arrow straight. We were extremely happy to get out for the standard meal break around lunch time ...

Going solo again, Siem Reap, Cambodia travel blog

Going solo again

A travel blog entry by harryvs

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It was the habitual morning in Kratie. An early start, buzzing motorcyclists and dogs barking. I woke at 6am and packed ready for the 10 hour trip to Siem Reap from east to west. After saying goodbye to Rog and Sue at 7, my newly repacked backpack and I ...

Alternative Route North to Laos, Kampong Cham and Kratie, Cambodia travel blog

Alternative Route North to Laos

A travel blog entry by amyandmark

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A couple of nights on North East Cambodia gave us a good glimse into real Cambodian life outside the main cities. The people were friendly (and less obsessed with selling you stuff) and Amy was happy because Kampong Cham is the home of many monkeys (one ...

Nanananananananana, Temples!, Siem Reap, Cambodia travel blog

Nanananananananana, Temples!

A travel blog entry by richard.zito

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... available in just the few roads in Siam Reap's town centre. Putting aside the fact that the majority of the rest of Cambodia is a dump, and various organisations are struggling to work out how the US$500 million fails to benefit the rest of the country, ...

Sleeping 'Rough', Kep, Cambodia travel blog

Sleeping 'Rough'

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins

... plans. None of us could quite believe that this was perhaps the absolute centre of a town that was once the main beach town in Cambodia. We jumped in a tuktuk and asked him to take us to town or to something of note we pointed at on the map. We arrived ...

Phnom Penh, Seeing Ben and More!, Phnom Penh, Cambodia travel blog

Phnom Penh, Seeing Ben and More!

A travel blog entry by jenanddanrtw

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... we finally arrived at the chocolate shop it was closed to my disappointment. On the 27th it’s a pubic holiday in Cambodia called Pchum Ben Festival. This national holiday was established for Buddhist to pay their respects to deceased relatives by ...

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 ...

A Day of Highs and Lows...., Phnom Penh, Cambodia travel blog

A Day of Highs and Lows....

A travel blog entry by huonvillehigh

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... in the grounds.  The stories were horrific but they are also important for us to hear so that we can understand how Cambodia, formerly a rich country, came to be one of the poorest countries on earth.  After the tour of the prison the students ...

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