This little island is called Koh Thas off Sihanoukville and very near Koh Rong Samloeun. It’s popular with locals for snorkeling and fishing. Most day cruise ships make a short stop here for a spot of swimming. I was searching my photo archive and found these. Snaps of our day cruise to Koh Rong Samloeun […]
It’s been awhile. I guess the universe has been conspiring to keep me away from blogging with too many things happening towards the end of 2016! I don’t do new years resolutions anymore, but if there is one thing I wanted done this January, its to revive this blog. I’ve been fixing up the themes […]
Absolutely gorgeous, not to mention almost deserted beach in Koh Kong (Kiri Sakor area). Last April we drove with some family and friends over to the area being developed by Chinese companies. They are building golf courses and resorts in the area. They actually built an all new road called Union Road. It was massive […]
One of the most popular, touristy things to do in Angkor Wat Archeological Park in Siem Reap Cambodia. Visitors usually take these elephant rides to climb Phnom Bakheng, where people flock to watch beautiful sunsets. This is an entry to my photo series Cambodia Snapshots and Our World Tuesday.
One of the most celebrated ‘holidays’ here in Cambodia is Chinese New Year. It’s not a official holiday but with a large Chinese community, its no wonder, Chinese New Year is even more festive compared to international new year. Above is a snapshot of decor for Chinese New Year from a local mall. Gotta […]
Spotted Chairman Mao at bubble tea shop – Koi Cambodia. Where? Their branch in Mao Tse Tung Blvd. That wall decal is quite cool, noh? Koi Cambodia is massively popular with the younger set here. My daughter loves it, I’m starting to wonder if there is some potion in there. It tastes quite good though. […]
I love the blog post title. Wat Walls. Snapshot of the very ornate walls of Wat Ounalom. Wats (Pagodas) here in Cambodia usually have really heavily decorated walls. One thing that I find beautiful and extra fascinating when visiting wats. This is an entry to my Cambodia Snapshots series as well as Wordless Wednesday and […]
Markets here in Cambodia are just so fascinating and colorful. It’s an assault to the senses and I often find myself wandering in each aisle taking photos. Here’s one snapshot from one stall in Russian Market (Psar Tuol Tompong). They sell all sorts of dry beans, grains and seeds. I just love the colors and […]