Posts Tagged "Cambodia"


Disclaimer: It is not often that I start a post with a disclaimer, but I feel like this one deserves it.  My original intent was to have this be a review post for a poor guest house experience I had at the Bun Kao Guest House in Cambodia.  It was so full of false advertising through booking engine Hostelworld that I complained to the site directly, and just noticed that the advertising on the site has changed entirely...

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The temples of Angkor Wat are one of the most impressive sites in South East Asia and covers more ground than you would anticipate from the photos that are distributed around the internet.  The complex is so large that it is almost a necessity to hire a tuk tuk driver to go around and see it all.  In many other countries, hiring a personal guide for a day would be budget busting, but in Cambodia it is very affordable and quite common...

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South East Asia has proven itself time and time again to be one of the top regions of the world for all things cuisine.  The reason for this is partly due to the freshness of the food, which typically goes from the ground to plate within half a day.Freshness like this cannot be replicated easily in many Western countries, and a little bit of taste is lost in the process.  This trend does not just apply to meats and vegetables, but...

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Entering Vietnam was a welcomed relief from the constant rush of people in China.  The moment I crossed over the border it felt as if a little bit of pressure was removed, and the South East Asia attitude began. If there is one thing I can say that is truly astonishing about this changeover, it would definitely be the food.  Vietnam (or as I have been referring to it: Vietnomnomnom) has quite possibly the tastiest food of any country...

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