cambodia

A Video Trek Through Southeast Asia

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

In case you haven’t noticed, we’re big on starting travel groups on sites we like. Jon started up our flickr group for us a little ways back for photos, and I started a travel video group on Vimeo, aptly titled: “Travel Videos” (it was a less than creative day for me that day, give me […]

Not A Typical Day In Cambodia

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

I have yet to meet a person who is not fascinated with Cambodia. Even if the person has no desire to visit the country, they never stop asking about the people, the culture, the safety, or the temples. It’s difficult to describe Cambodia because of its past ancient civilizations, a relatively recent genocide, and the […]

Ever Wonder What Volunteering In Cambodia Is Like?

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

  Volunteering abroad is full of highs and lows. Choosing to do that in Cambodia, one of the least developed countries in the world, has it’s own set of issues. Seeing the body pits from the genocide by the Khmer Rouge regime, to the ever cheerful village children, Lauren Dickerson (not her pictured above) sits down for an […]

Angkor Wat At Sunset With A Little Help From My Friends

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Who needs a tour guide when you have friends like these? Angkor Wat with a little help from the local police. By Paige Stringer My first glimpse of Angkor Wat came from the back seat of a Cambodian police officer’s motorbike. It all started with an early evening arrival in Siem Reap. After checking in […]

Discovering Phnom Penh

Friday, July 31, 2009

Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, is as fascinating and steeped in history as it is chaotic, and is now just picking up the pieces from its disastrous history over the last few decades. Narrow, potholed back streets run off frantic roundabouts and wide European-style boulevards, a mark of the French who ran the country […]

Exploring The Heart Of Cambodia

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Looking for the real Cambodia? Look no further than Tonle Sap. Located directly in the center of the country, Tonle Sap is, quite literally, the lifeblood of Cambodia, helping to supply the country with their massive intake of fish (which accounts for 70% of a typical Cambodian’s diet). Incredibly, this lake will increase its size […]

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