Skip Navigation

Cambodia Travel Blogs

Travel Blogs Entries by Country Cambodia

Show Advanced Options

Previous Page ... Next
  • Cooking ClassWe got to sleep in a bit this morning as we did not need to be at school until 8.40. This was good as this old girl is starting to feel a bit weary!! I hate to complain as the Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 16, 2014
  • The power of a cameraThis morning wasn't a great start as our alarm didn't go off and we had to race to get ready to leave by 6.20am.. I was feeling a little unsettled in the stomach which was nothing compared to Lauren who Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 15, 2014
  • A learning curveWe all woke up bright and early for our school day at Spitler. I was excited and nervous about the day as our teacher was away and so we were in charge of all the classes! We arrived early and Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 13, 2014
  • The HangoverWell a huge night also means a huge hangover! We all slept in until late and woke up feeling not 100% so decided to head to our now favourite crepe place and have breakfast. I had some mushroom, ham and Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 12, 2014
  • Ashlee's BirthdayWe were up early this morning as we decided to do a tour of the Floating Village. A man in a very nice bus picked us up and drove us to the Floating Village dock where we met a very Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 12, 2014
  • Spitler SchoolOur first day teaching was a great success! We woke up at 6 and got ourselves ready for school. The bus drivers and translators came to get us and we headed over to Spitler. Ashlee, Lauren and I work Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 12, 2014
  • Christmas in Cambodia===I’ve picked up an annoying habit whilst Cambodia so that every time I read or hear the word ‘Cambodia’ all I hear in my head is Robbie Williams singing it to the tune of ‘Millennium’ followed by the short burst Posted by stuartfinch in Somewhere Over The Urals. | Jan 11, 2014
  • Siem Reap CambodiaSiem Reap means the Defeat of Siam (now known as Thailand) and refers to the centuries old bloodbath, commemorated in stone in the celebrated bas relief carvings of the monuments. Siem Reap was just a little village when French Posted by sunworshiper in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam & Laos | Jan 9, 2014
  • Planning, Shopping and YogaAnother busy day in Cambodia! There is no school in Cambodia on Thursday’s and so we started the day by meeting with Jim and Lisa and discussing what we would be teaching on Friday. We nutted out what the schedule Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 9, 2014
  • First day of School[center][/center] Our first day at Spitler School was amazing as I suspected it would be. The students are just so bloody adorable. The school system is Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 9, 2014
  • Photos from Cambodia Koh Rong Kampot [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/631 Posted by isabellepurcell in isabelle vs the world | Jan 8, 2014
  • Finding Paradise in Cambodia So many people have already asked me where my favorite place has been. To date, I absolutely have to say the South of Cambodia. Except not Sihanoukville. Its weird. And full of drunken backpackers (say nothing!) and prostitutes. Although Otres Posted by isabellepurcell in isabelle vs the world | Jan 8, 2014
  • Epic fail to a great dayWe all slept in this morning I think the last few days had finally caught up with us. When I woke up I saw Davy and we organised to go and buy the cameras for the school. I had received Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 7, 2014
  • Concert TrainingToday we spent the day at a child protection briefing run by the Cambodian organisation Concert [[http://www.concertcambodia.org]]/ This was a fascinating and important part of our volunteer program as it taught us how to recognise genuine charities who h Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 6, 2014
  • The failed touristWe woke up this morning all excited and motivated to go for an elephant ride at the Ankor Wat Temple. We weren’t sure what we were doing so the lovely Davy organised a driver to take us to the temple. Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 6, 2014
  • Welcome to CambodiaOur first 24 hours in Siem Reap have been wonderful. We arrived off the plane and met our wonderful host Davy who owns a guesthouse in Siem Reap. The rooms are beautiful, clean and have air-conditioning.. we are pleasantly surprised Posted by sonya13 in A Cambodian Education | Jan 4, 2014
  • 50 cent beers, naked time with strangers and "hotel bus"...Sometimes in my extreme lack of planning, it leaves me a little stranded, but thankfully, most often, that styranded turns into a hilarious and awesome day with new friends. I knew I wanted to leave Phnom Penh, but I hadn't Posted by katieontherun in KatieOnTheRun | Jan 1, 2014
  • Human skulls, genocide and an impromptu date...Phnom Penh is not known for being either a particularly pretty, or exciting city, but it is an important stop in learning about the sad history of Cambodia, and the genocide the Khmer Rouge inflicted on the people, not so Posted by katieontherun in KatieOnTheRun | Jan 1, 2014
  • Happy New Year!!!This time just a short 'we are OK' message. We are at the moment volunteering in a small Cambodian village situated on the bank of Mekhong river called Chiro. We are involved in an education project, which provides 260 children Posted by joxa in j&x travels | Dec 31, 2013
  • Cambodia in a nutshellHi there from Vietnam! Hope you all had a great Christmas! Ours was far away from family & friends unfortunately but good nevertheless. We only left Cambodia a week ago but it seems like an eternity ... just because we have Posted by carmomo in New Zealand and South East Asia | Dec 29, 2013
  • 2015 PADMA - MEKONG, ANGOR WATT TO SAIGONUNDER CONSTRUCTION 2015 PADMA - MEKONG, ANGOR WATT TO SAIGON View in Planner Covering 1843 km / 1145 miles 1 : Singapore 2 : Siem Reap, Cambodia 3 : Angkor Wat, Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia 4 : Phnom Penh, Cambodia 5 : My Tho, Tien Giang, V Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | Dec 28, 2013
  • The Pearl of AsiaAfter a very bumpy ride through the heart of Cambodia, relieved only by the munching of tarantulas in Skuon and tales of the Cambodian water-chicken, we arrived at its capital, Phnom Penh. At first impression, the city seems thriving and Posted by GoonishPython in The Great South East Asia Adventure | Dec 27, 2013
  • Angkor What? to Angkor Wat to Angkor What? in 24 hoursFirst impressions of Cambodia when we crossed the border at Aranya Prathet/Poipet are not particularly favourable, with a sharp contrast between the Thai and Cambodian sides. It improves as you continue with the flat Cambodian countryside full of flooded Posted by GoonishPython in The Great South East Asia Adventure | Dec 27, 2013
  • 7 Dec. Time to say "Leah seun hai" (Goodbye) I watched the sun come up this morning. This will be my last day in Cambodia. Today is going to be busy, as my flight is this evening. I woke early and blogged! Tea at 6 and I Posted by Sue McNicholas in CAMBODIA INSPIRES..... AGAIN | Dec 22, 2013
  • Day 4 (AM) - Gem hunt in PailinToday we were up very early to satisfy Justin’s gem hunt obsession*, so our first stop was Pailin, which is a town in the west of Cambodian near the border with Thailand. Pailin is famous for the sapphires and rubies Posted by MealsEeles in Asian Adventure | Dec 21, 2013
Previous Page ... Next

Want to create a lasting record of your trip?

With Travellerspoint, you can! Keep everyone up to date with an easy, customisable travel blog; or upload your travel photography for others to admire. Then take your blog entries and travel photos and stick them into a travel map of all the places you've seen.