Cambodia on the up and up

Cambodia on the up and up

Cambodia is probably one of the best Asian Countries I’ve visited and staying in Siem Reap for a week definitely showed me the delights of Cambodian Culture and People. This guest posts tells you why…   This part of SE Asia has experienced more than...

Surviving the Journey to Saigon

8th May 2012 (Apologies for no pictures, It was buried in my main pack without me realising it!)   ‘BEEP!’…….’BEEP!’ I opened my eyes. I survived. But I’ve just got to the middle of the road and all I can see is swarms...
Sihankoville Chillville

Sihankoville Chillville

5th-8th May 2012 After a long day revisiting the atrocities of Cambodia’s dark past, the three of us definitely needed to chill out and get some happiness! Spending the previous night having a few drinks with some Americans at the local rooftop bar (ending with...
Cambodia’s Dark Past Revisited

Cambodia’s Dark Past Revisited

Pulling into Phnom Penh after a day of pleasant travelling from our activities at Siam Reap, we arrived fresh, and ready to explore the capital of Cambodia. Let me tell you that Cambodia has the best buses EVER and I actually slept….actually I passed out before...
Angkor What to do in Siam Reap?

Angkor What to do in Siam Reap?

After doing lots of templing at Angkor where my attempts to recreate tomb raider was failed as it was met with comments how cool my trousers are! They are pretty cool. Cool trousers for a cool dude. But as we were staying in Shadows of Angkor Guesthouse, we wanted to...
A Day in the Life of a Tomb Raider

A Day in the Life of a Tomb Raider

1st May 2012 Still loving the temples of Angkor and taken aback by the beautiful sunrise over Angkor Wat itself showing its godlike presence, it was time for tomb raiding! Why? One of the temples is called Ta Prohm and it’s where Tomb Raider was filmed with the...
Angkor Wat at Sunrise

Angkor Wat at Sunrise

31st April 2012 After a great day of exploring the Little Circuit of Angkor yesterday, it was definitely time to bring out the big guns today…just. It is 4.30am that we woke up and we were about to see the most famous building in the first rays of the sunrise....
The Little Circuit of Angkor

The Little Circuit of Angkor

30th April 2012 So Matt and I finally arrived in Siam Reap after a loooong 16 hour bus journey from Laos. You know what? It was gonna prove to be worth it. After meeting up with Alannah, who couldn’t stop raving on about Siam Reap, I was looking forward to what...
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