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Saturday, 26 May 2007 | Views [6587] | Comments [1]

Think of the most smelly, dirty place you've ever been. Then add razor wire through the rubbish and add 160 kids. This was the orphanage we visited in Phnom Penh. Pretty grim. It was amazing to talk to the kids who have made it to high school in these ... Read more >

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A City of Extremes

Monday, 21 May 2007 | Views [1114]

Every country that we have visited so far has celebrated a public holiday while we have been there. Cambodia was no different. This time it was the King's Birthday. The King was only crowned three years ago, but judging by the huge crowds that collected ... Read more >

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Absolutely Awestruck in Angkor

Tuesday, 15 May 2007 | Views [2768]

Goodbye Laos...Hello Cambodia! First stop was the poorly advertised but very interactive War Museum. Rows and rows of old tanks, artillery and other combat vehicles and weapons were laid out surrounded by huts with smaller arms and information. The ... Read more >

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Monday, 14 May 2007 | Views [887]

Cambodia gives you lots of things to process. It reminds me of India, but I think that having experienced a bit more of the world, we are a little more able to make sense of what we're seeing. Sometimes I am just awed by the beauty here, like at the ... Read more >

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You might need a tuk tuk

Monday, 14 May 2007 | Views [6335] | Comments [1]

You know what a tuk tuk is? A little trailer like thing with seats pulled along by a motorbike. They can be very handy for taking you to a temple a few kms away. And they are very handy for employing lots of local people. I counted 6,000 drivers in Siem ... Read more >

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