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An Incredible Week in Siem Reap: Angkor Wat and Meditating With a Monk

After a journey back to Phnom Penh (involving a two lane road turning into 5 lanes of traffic) and a night at the cutely named Lovely Jubbly hostel (not as good as Mad Monkey but a dollar cheaper), we were headed to the one place everyone heads to in Cambodia: Angkor Wat. 973 more words

Happy Birthday, America: It is the Fourth of July

July 4, 2015

It is The Fourth of July for Americans at home and abroad. As a friend of your country and a graduate of The George Washington University in Washington D.C., I ( and my wife Dr. 606 more words


Our day at the temples. By Rosie

We are now in Cambodia! Me and my family are at a town called Siem Reap. We hired a tuk-tuk driver to take us to the famous temples nearby called Angkor Wat. 119 more words


War Museum & The Sacred Temples - Siem Reap June 2015

We didn’t go to a lot of places when we were at Siem Reap. To some, 4 days and 3 nights seems like a fairly long stay for a buzzing, small city in Cambodia but for us, … 577 more words


Stone and Wood

Thick serpent-like roots grasp, bend and twist over the ancient temple walls crushing stone and reclaiming the forest at the ‘Tomb Raider’ temple (Ta Prohm) in the ancient Kingdom of Angkor.


Review: Serendipity Beach Resort, Sihanoukville, Cambodia

stayed here on two different days – one in december 2013 and one in january 2014.

hotel is centrally located in serendipity beach. rooms are clean, spacious, good air conditioning, price was great, bathroom was really nice – all rooms have balcony. 41 more words


Review: Coco's, Koh Rong, Cambodia

Ordered food – the server wrote the order down. Went upstairs – guys who came 20 minutes after us got their food first. Queried, order never went in. 363 more words