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  • Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and the Tomb Raider TempleMy previous post covered my thoughts, and I guess disappointments, of my time in Siem Reap. I wanted to keep everything below separate, as what I saw was really spectacular, and I did not want my negative musings to Posted by acanuckabroad in A Canuck Abroad | Oct 16, 2015
  • An Introduction to Siem Reap[center][/center] When planning my Asian adventure, I found myself with a 4 day gap between Vietnam with Corey, and Thailand with the Irish crew. Ever since seeing a documentary on Posted by acanuckabroad in A Canuck Abroad | Oct 16, 2015
  • Cambodia 1On crossing the border into Cambodia it quickly becomes apparent that there is a huge gulf in the prosperity of the two countries. The quality of he roads deteriorates and there is less traffic. The houses are more likely to Posted by MalcolmB in Mal's Asia Trip 2015 | Oct 7, 2015
  • The Killing Fields of Choeung EkWhile in Phnom Penh, I spent one morning visiting the [[|Killing Fields]] and [[|Security Prison 21 (S-21)]]. In 1975 Pol Pot took control of Cambodia aft Posted by acanuckabroad in A Canuck Abroad | Oct 5, 2015
  • Martini's from the FCC Rooftop Bar[center][/center] I was in [[|Phnom Penh]] for two days before heading to Phuket. After Vietnam, I found Cambodia to be much more subdued, a Posted by acanuckabroad in A Canuck Abroad | Oct 5, 2015
  • People don’t take trips, trips take people.Blog Entry 4 – Siem Reap The Chatuchak Bus Terminal looks like a confusing open-plan mess when you first enter, but if you spend 5 minutes looking around you realise a more accurate term would be organised chaos, with counters for Posted by kay_bramm in GetLost | Sep 29, 2015
  • Crossing the border from Cambodia to LaosThe border crossing from Cambodia to Laos was a crazy affair. Like when we crossed from Vietnam to Cambodia we expected to pay more than the price that is stated on the embassy website. It is a well known fact Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Aug 11, 2015
  • Kratie - our last stop in CambodiaAfter being held up in Siem Reap a little longer than anticipated we were left with only a few days before our Visas were due to expire. Although there are many transport options to duck straight into our next stop, Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Aug 10, 2015
  • The grand finale - Angkor Wat & Angkor Thom We visited Angkor Wat at sunrise. Arriving at the site just after 5am, we hoped to see a nice sunrise over the glorious Angkor Wat. Unfortunatley due to the cloud cover there was no real sunrise, the sky was dark Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Aug 10, 2015
  • Day Two of temple hopping: Ta Prohm & Banteay KdeiWe hired bikes again and rode around the temple complex, this time visiting two different temples. The first one we visited is high on the list for tourists to visit. It is known as the 'Tomb Raider Tomb' which is Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Aug 6, 2015
  • CambodiaOn our first day in Siem Reap we enjoyed a cruisey day. We did our usual 'walk about' to get our bearings and acclimatise ourselves to our local area. We found a great little coffee shop serving a good line Posted by denis.lynelle in Lynelle & Denis | Aug 5, 2015
  • Day One: Prah Khan, Neak Pean & Eastern MebonTo visit the Angkor Archaeological Park we are staying in Siem Reap, the closest city to the area. It is about 8km away and we hired bikes to ride out the park and explore the temples. There are many temples Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Aug 1, 2015
  • Our final days in beautiful BattambangWe have quite been enjoying our active lifestyle in Battambang with our morning runs along the river and bike riding through the countryside each day. It feels so good to wake up before the sun and be out in the Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Jul 27, 2015
  • I want to run away to the circus Another morning run, this time earlier and we watched the sun come up. Evan met some locals playing an unusual game sort of like hacky sac crossed with badminton. You basically kick a shuttle cock around in a circle. He Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Jul 25, 2015
  • Vegetarian feasting, hanging with monks & the real bat caveEveryday this place keeps getting better. We are both totally in love with Battambang. Yesterday we went for a run along the river in the morning followed by another delicious bowl of Cambodian soup, this one from a little hole Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Jul 23, 2015
  • Battambang - what a cracker of a town!Battambang is a fairly quiet town and upon first glance the streets seem sleepy and sedated with not a lot to see or do. Look beyond this however and you will be rewarded with a delightful town that has so Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Jul 23, 2015
  • New Hope CambodiaAs we left Cambodia, we were searching for the reasons why we fell in love with the country. Phnom Penh and Siem Reap are nice cities, but they certainly aren't spectacular in the way that Sydney and Cusco are. The Posted by kristian23 in The Globetrotting Graduates | Jul 21, 2015
  • Phnom PenhThe hotel that we are staying at in Phnom Penh is very nice. We have a large room with a big window that offers a view over the rooftops of the city. There is a rooftop area that has a Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Jul 21, 2015
  • Otres IIWe have relocated further along the coastline to a beach called Otres. There are two beaches here and we are at the second one which is more secluded. We are staying in a place that is right on the river Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Jul 16, 2015
  • SihanoukvilleWe have now moved onto the next destination in Cambodia, Sihanoukville. It is a costal town that is situated at the last part of the costal stretch in Cambodia. We booked two nights near Serendipity Beach which is the busiest Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Jul 16, 2015
  • KampotSo Cambodia seems to be very different to Vietnam. Actually all the countries we have visited in South East Asia have all been quite different. We originally booked two nights in a town called Kampot which is about one hour Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Jul 14, 2015
  • Teaching and being taughtJust as I experienced the days in the orphanage as separated into two parts- the teaching and the non-teaching part, I too, felt I had to separate roles in the orphanage: The one was me, travelling to a new country Posted by Taskja in Cambodia | Jun 8, 2015
  • Adapting to the situation.After having spent a reasonable time feeling sorry for myself, I figured that now it was just the perfect moment to move on and do something with it. A lesson learned some years ago, helped me to get things sorted Posted by Taskja in Cambodia | Jun 5, 2015
  • Challenged by the situationEven though I had a really good start at the orphanage, the first days were challenging in many ways. Prior to going to Cambodia. I regarded myself as quite well prepared to meet extreme conditions and poverty. Not long time Posted by Taskja in Cambodia | Jun 3, 2015
  • Meeting the childrenAfter having arrived at the orphanage and having dropped of my hand luggage, I found myself standing in the kitchen, a little lost. Nobody else was there, and I had no idea what to do. I felt slightly lonely Posted by Taskja in Cambodia | Jun 1, 2015
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