Tag Archives: Cambodia

2015 Entry #2: Phenom Penh, Cambodia

I could never deny this country it’s overpopulation in the capital city of Phenom Penh. Not the seemingly hundreds of children laughing and screaming while chasing the pigeons to their hearts’ content. Nor the endless traffic jams of tuk-tuks, buses, … Continue reading

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2010- Entry 4: Cambodia Revisited

Cambodia……. I am on my perch– a balcony on the fourth floor of the Mekong Palace Hotel watching what seems to be half the city at play on the newly and beautifully renovated river promenade below. Last year, it was a mess … Continue reading

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2009- Entry 5: Phenom Penh, Cambodia

I was told by several people in Vietnam that Phnom Penh is a small city and not much happens. I disagree! It is a small city as cities go to be sure, but it is also full of surprises! There is a hum … Continue reading

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2006- Entry 8: Ankor Wat, Cambodia

I have just spent two full days at the Ankor area. I have only one important suggestion to those of you romantic enough to want the Ankor experience to be a special one. DO NOT go to Ankor Thom the … Continue reading

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2006- Entry 7: The Road to Ankor Wat, Cambodia

I am not sad that I chose to take the minivan to Siem Riep, Cambodia but fly back to Bangkok.   We take off from Bangkok at 8am bound for the border. We are traveling in a van whose air … Continue reading

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