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Angkor Wat Dichotomy

From Ko Phi Phi yesterday, we have travelled north east past the rather impressive Thailand-Cambodia border through to Siem Reap, the gateway to the Angkor Wat temples. 575 more words

“Most of the victims are farmers, workers and students.”

A total of 4,840 traffic accidents has claimed the lives of 2,148 people in Cambodia in the first 11 months of 2014.

This as  a tragic increase of 247… 44 more words


Afternoon on Tonlé Sap by tienexim

As Seen on 500px by tienexim – November 27, 2014 at 12:29PM
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Reducing harassment transforms Phnom Penh restaurant

Violence against women can be viewed as an occupational hazard for some job roles in Cambodia. Women working in workplaces such as restaurants where the customers drink alcohol can often be subjected to sexual harassment. 657 more words


Memories of Cambodia, Southeast Asia Stories

It is a bit of cliché to say that memories are powerful. Everyone says it, everyone writes, or blogs about it, what I did here, how I spent this period of time. 412 more words

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Phnom Penh

The Kingdom of Cambodia. What a grand name, with amazing people to live up to that name. Cambodia really did remind me that warmth and kindness still existed in this world. 734 more words


T-minus 1 hour

Drove from Orange, checked our bags, went through security and got to our gate in under 2 hours. That has to be some sort of record.

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