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Images of Angkor Wat (10)

You are looking at the Buddha.

He is also looking at you too. . . . . . .  smiling.


Off to the Cambodian Frontier

Destination Battambang, Cambodia…the second largest city and by all accounts a worthwhile place to visit.  Getting there was going to be interesting given our route through one of the ‘lesser traveled’ border posts and the paucity of English language speakers.   510 more words


Laos fails to heed neighbors’ concerns over Don Sahong Dam

Despite criticism from both neighboring countries and local communities, construction seems poised to move forward on the Don Sahong Dam in Laos. Located along the Mekong River only two kilometers north of the Cambodian border, the Don Sahong Dam could dramatically impact the livelihoods and food security of millions of people living downstream in Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam. 690 more words


"The Interview" Banned in Cambodia

A favour-as futile as it may be- from a Cambodian despot to his North Korean despot friend…

‘Even though Hollywood’s controversial comedy “The Interview” — which features the fictional assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un — can be viewed online in various places, Cambodia’s government has agreed to a North Korean request to ban the movie.

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Outstanding film about Cambodian women - Rascona

Director and Photographer Rodney Rascona is back and forward shooting in Cambodia with RED DIRT ROAD, INC.

The name “Red Dirt Road” comes from the road that connects Phnom Penh with the village of Tramung Chrum, where the Red Dirt Road organization first started. 159 more words

International Photographer

Banteay Chhmar Temple

Banteay Chhmar Temple is not worth a special visit in its own right (when there are so many amazing temples close together in Siem Reap), but it is well worth including as an activity if visiting Banteay Chhmar for the community based tourism home stay program. 120 more words

2014 Highlights :)

(From Southeast Asia to South America, The Middle East and South Asia)

Although 2014 is now a memory, I look back with a smile and a grateful heart. 1,221 more words