You might hear that there’s really not many things to do in the city proper and it’s totally true. But if you love the peaceful time in Cambodia and you prefer to have more time to relax while experience Khmer’s Cultural or you are tired of busy city like Siem Reap, this city is completely fit for you. 347 more words
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The startup life isn’t an easy one.
Liquid’s dripping onto the burner of a displaced coffee pot that I too frequently draw from. My home looks half like an army of drunk elephants wobbled through it and half like I killed a rainforest all by myself with papers and promotional contracts living in every crevice of my bedroom and common area. 841 more words
With summer coming to a close and the fall music festival season approaching, there are a number of shows that I, and the rest of us at On Vinyl, would recommend you do not miss. 240 more words
Brownie Brittle to Host Bake Sale Benefitting Pediatric Cancer Research
Online Sales To Be Matched and Donated to Cookies For Kids’ Cancer
September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness month and in its support, Brownie Brittle LLC is offering fans two ways to help this cause that is near and dear to Founder Sheila G. 424 more words
A popular stopover town in Mekong Delta, Chau Doc is a one-night stop for travellers before leaving Vietnam to Cambodia.
For years, this town has many investments from the government but all most everything is still in basic and this town offers you a peaceful and non-technology atmosphere. 342 more words
Stage 2: Mu Cang Chai – Than Uyen – O Quy Ho – Sapa
You can then go from Mu Cang Chai to Sapa about 150km following 32 NR, then about 4 hours moving along 4 NR on the right. 356 more words