Arriving in Phnom Penh late at night we saw the city for what it truly was: a messy, dirty, crowded maze of tiny street lanes with hidden signposts and an attitude towards health and safety that would shock many. Our first thoughts of Phnom Penh were ones of distaste and regret. However as daylight approached, … More Poverty in Phnom Penh
Surrounded by swaying palm trees and cloudless skies, its easy to lose track of time whilst in Sihanoukville. And why should’t you? This location is directly on the seafront and is numbered with restaurants and bars, perfect for tourists to soak up the sun. Although an ideal location, the tourism industry has transformed its main … More Sun and Sea in Sihanoukville
Our first stop in Cambodia was Siem Reap, home to one of the most sought out sights and most importantly, a World UNESCO World heritage site, which is both breath taking and awe inspiring, Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat plays such a pivotal role to the people of Siem Reap, that it is seen as an … More A collision of lifestyles and worlds in Siem Reap
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