Category Archives: Cambodia travel

Northern Cambodia: Dust, karma, first crash n’ wash, & kids with mustaches

From Phnom Penh it was a northward journey towards Laos. Before leaving I caught the Seahawks vs Carolina playoff game with a few other Americans at an Irish pub along the river. It’s strange watching a game at eight in … Continue reading

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Southern Cambodia: Kep, coconut pajama ladies, & the Khmer Rouge.

On the coast, about fifteen minutes from Kampot, is the small town of Kep. From 1900 to the 1960’s it was a prestigious resort town for the Cambodian and French elite. Most of the French colonial era mansions are ruins … Continue reading

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Corrupt Cambodian borders (Koh Kong), killer roads and weirdos

If you keep heading southeast in to Trat province along the gulf of Thailand, the country grows thinner and thinner until you reach the narrowest point. Theres a couple of signs pointing to an area, but it’s just an ugly … Continue reading

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