Archive for 'Cambodia'
Posted on 09. Jul, 2012 by Jess.
We have been on the road for 800 days – and the last one hundred have been all over the map. We’re taking the time to reflect on our travels through Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia, India, the U.S. and now Mexico…
Posted on 26. Jun, 2012 by Dany.
Floating basketball courts, hospitals, and supermarkets…The floating villages on Cambodia’s Lake Tonle Sap might have the comforts of home, but they are unlike any place we’ve ever lived….
Posted on 12. Jun, 2012 by Jess.
How bizarre was it to bargain for the price of a tuk tuk ride, when the driver was about to take us out to visit the Killing Fields, the genocide museum which explicitly tells the story of the reign of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge from 1975-1979. The entire day we choked back tears and learned about Cambodia’s history.
Posted on 08. Jun, 2012 by Jess.
You can go independently or hire a guide, cycle to the ruins or hop in a tuk tuk to get there. From dawn til dusk, thousands of tourists explore Cambodia’s Angkor Wat site each day. Find out what we think are the best ways to take in this awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage Site.