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Exploring Angkor Wat and Siem Reap’s Pub Street

After an incredibly long trip (6.5 hours ended up being 9.5 hours) crammed into a minibus with minimal space, we finally arrived in Siem Reap late on Friday evening. On...


Pier in Kep

When I first came to Kep I was really disappointed with its beach. I was expecting golden sand and blue water, but instead it was stinky, slimy and full of rubbish....

Sam the private taxi driver in Cambodia

In Cambodia, the most common mode of transportation will be tuk tuk, motorbike, private taxi and bus. If you are here on tour package/group, you probably would have this...


Sunset at Long Beach in Koh Rong Island

Jumping on Long Beach in Koh Rong Island, Cambodia. During sunset, tumultuous waves are framed by a sky of blue, orange, purple and pinks. To reach Long Beach, you...


Still a Wonder: A Stunning Sunrise at Angkor Wat

When my alarm set off at 4 in the morning, I for once did not groan and kick grumpily between my bed sheets. I did not want to fling the alarm against the wall. With a...


A Return To Angkor Wat

It was fifteen years ago that I last visited Cambodia. At the time, the country was still politically unstable and tourists were scarce. There was a certain energy to...


Life on the Water: A Floating Village on Tonle Sap Lake

Floating, drifting, paddling; however you want to call it, the locals of Tonle Sap are literally living on the water. Though this unique body of water is the largest...


8 Reasons Why I Love Cambodia

It didn’t take me long to fall in love with Cambodia. She charmed me with her ancient temples, emerald rice paddies, quaint towns and the infectious optimism of the...


Learning to Let Go of the Checklist

I was invited by a friend who was living in Stockholm to meet her in Cambodia. She was going to Laos for work, and then had a week vacation and was looking for someone...


Children of the dump

Sophat is 10 years old. He thinks he has just been abandoned by his parents. They told him to go off and take care of himself. His family lives in Anlung Pi, a village...

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