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kamsa

Trip Report HEAVY.

Yesterday we left Vietnam, crossing the border into Cambodia.  Such a stark difference, though not at all what I expected.  Cambodia is quite Westernized, so much so that the US dollar is accepted everywhere.  And the architecture is unbelievably

meg@tom2016

Trip Report

meg@tom2016

Trip Report Kamboschah….

The Last day.......

meg@tom2016

Trip Report Kambodschah wir kommen…..

The Last day…….The Last day.......

valeria

Trip Report Every sweat drop is a waterfall

valeria

Trip Report On the road

Vientiane - Laos After spending almost twenty days in Philippines, with our Visas expiring at the end of February, it was time to flight out and head to Laos. We had bought a flight to Kuala Lumpur before leaving London just to avoid any problem wit

valeria

Trip Report Sandy touch

Twin beaches - Philippines El Nido is a great place for hopping islands as the beach in itself is not that great. So that morning we decided to go to the Twin Beaches which are two beaches touching each other and sharing a sandy tongue facing both s

valeria

Trip Report Turquoise & turtle

Gontxo started travelling before me and while surfing in the North of Palawan he met a Czech couple, Karel & Hanna, who become his surfing mates. I was super happy when he told me they were in Port Barton and I could finally meet them. We organis

valeria

Trip Report Land! Land!

Being very sporty (!) we embraced a new adventure and got a kayak to explore some of the beaches next to Port Barton shore. Being advanced kayakers (!!!) - after a rather clumsy first time in Calan beach in El Nido - we planned to go to Sandbank whic

Yasmeen

Trip Report The Moto Man

When I look back on our visit to Angkor, it honestly wouldn't have been anything nearly as convenient without our moto man. To my eternal shame I have forgotten his name, but he will live on in my heart. Although not well educated he picked up Englis

Yasmeen

Trip Report I Say Wat?

When planning our holiday, we decided to use a chunk of our time in Chiang Mai to hop across into Cambodia instead and visit Siem Reap. The obvious pull was Angkor Wat, one of the wonders of the world. I had been researching and building Angkor Wat f

Karla Dey

Trip Report Sihanoukville Round Two

When we arrived back in Sihanoukville we checked in to a hotel some of our friends from Koh Rong were staying at. Our main goal while we stayed here was to grab visas for Vietnam and organise transport from Cambodia across the border. (more&helli

Karla Dey

Trip Report Sihanoukville

Our next stop from Phnom Penh was down to the south coast of Cambodia, to a town called Sihanoukville. After a comfortable bus trip we were dropped off on the outskirts of town and caught a tuk-tuk through to our hotel. As soon as we arrived at our

Karla Dey

Trip Report Mawlamyine

  After spending a few days back in Yangon and with Hamish’s first tattoo session complete we decided to head south to visit a couple more places. The first stop was to be Mawlamyine, the capital of Myanmar’s Mon state, from where we

Karla Dey

Trip Report Yangon Round Two

  Our overnight bus from Inle lake let us off in Yangon at around 7 am after a reasonably comfortable trip thanks to our plush front seats. We were still a little way out of the central city area so we shared a taxi with the Dutch couple