Category Archives: Cambodia
As we did when we left Myanmar, we thought we would put together a few of our thoughts about Cambodia. So, in no particular order, here goes.
This. Under no circumstances should you eat this. Trust Robert, go for the fake Pringles instead. Cuttlefish, sugar, salt and spices add up to something vile and sickening. Or at least so says Robert. (If Robert thinks it is gross … Continue reading
Our good time in Kep continues. Between the food (Robert has eaten crab, crab, and more crab, and I even found good pizza at a place called Kep Coffee run by some quirky but nice expats), the scenery and the … Continue reading
Prior to arriving in Kep, we had read over and over that Kep was boring and two hours in Kep were two hours too long. To be fair, we also read some reports that Kep was wonderful. Well, we can … Continue reading
We made our way to Kep today. Thanks to our guesthouse owner in Kampot, we got a great deal on a tuk tuk ride here. Cheaper than the bus, plus we got the fresh air and the scenic views, so … Continue reading
We’ve spent the last 5 days in Kampot, Cambodia. Kampot is a small town, with a population of roughly 40,000.
Robert and I are enjoying Battambang so much that we extended our stay by 2 days. The people are very friendly, and we are liking the food quite a bit. We checked into a different hotel and spent most of … Continue reading
So, after two nights during which at least one of us slept 12 hours each night (fine, fine, I was the one who slept away 24 hours in a 48 hour span…but Robert also had one 12 hour night), we … Continue reading
After a few days in Phnom Penh, we decided to head up to Battambang. Battambang is the second largest city in Cambodia, but it is much quieter than Phnom Penh and not nearly as touristy.
Arriving in Cambodia is always an “interesting” experience.