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Cambodia

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Gallery: Cambodia Colour

Friday, 25 Feb 2005 | Photo Gallery


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On The Box

Friday, 25 Feb 2005 | Views [1180]

I didn’t expect to find myself watching TV in Cambodia… but the daily siesta forced upon us by cloying weather and heat radiating off at a nuclear temperature from the concreted roads and buildings, has us scuttling indoors for a few hours of relief.... Read more >

Tags: Weird and crazy


Health hazards to date

Wednesday, 23 Feb 2005 | Views [1602] | Comments [2]

Damn! That malaria pill is still in my pocket. I must take it sometime today. After all it cost me a small fortune to visit the GP and buy all the tablets – they came in very unhelpful packs of 7… The pharmacist presented me with about 11 little ... Read more >

Tags: doctors, hospitals & health


Bubble Tea

Saturday, 19 Feb 2005 | Views [2758] | Comments [7]

Bubble tea is not a local delight that I’ll return for in a hurry. Just what are those globules of brown tacky goo at the bottom of my drink? Not unpleasant in flavour (not much flavour to describe really!); but the fact that they get sucked up the ... Read more >

Tags: food


Artist In Residence, Sihanoukville

Friday, 18 Feb 2005 | Views [1332]

Roger Dixon... artist in residence - at Coaster's Resort, a few doors down from 'the gallery'. Roger was in Serendipity beach for several months on a painting trip of his own when he handed a brush over to some of the beach kids. Only a few days ... Read more >

Tags: Culture


Kids Art Cambodia

Friday, 18 Feb 2005 | Views [1574] | Comments [2]

On the tropical beaches of Sihanoukville, Cambodia a bunch of kids have been given paint brushes and canvas for the first time in their lives. It's a small break from trying to earn a living selling fruit and collecting cans from the tourists on ... Read more >

Tags: Culture


Squid + noodles + soup

Friday, 18 Feb 2005 | Views [1759]

The dish with no official name, not being on any menu – merely a concoction thown together by some generous women hosts at a small roadside cafe near the Ream naval base. They looked at us quizzickly when we asked for some food. The request was fine ... Read more >

Tags: food


Still-green coconuts

Thursday, 17 Feb 2005 | Views [1980]

Still-green coconuts have their heads and bottoms lopped off so they can sit comfortably on the small table whose legs disappear into the sand on this beach. The top is shaved off to leave a little round flap at the top of a gentle peak of softly fibered ... Read more >

Tags: food


Market Yum-Yums

Tuesday, 15 Feb 2005 | Views [2039]

It’s inevitable that one of my travel obsessions to make it in words in going to be food. Cambodia does not disappoint on this front and i’ll need to upload some photos to bring all the colour to life. This is just a small snippet from a market foray ... Read more >

Tags: food


Cambodia: Bonkers

Monday, 14 Feb 2005 | Views [967]

The world has been filled with the chaotic sights, smells, sounds and tastes (especially tastes!) of Cambodia. The initial rush of landing in a dusty, colourful country has passed now and I can cross the road confidently as a million motorbikes speed ... Read more >

Tags: On the Road


Gallery: Transport

Monday, 14 Feb 2005 | Photo Gallery

Sometimes it just doesn’t seem possible that all those people can fit on a motorbike, that the road rules can be so flagrantly ignored and that anything with wheels is better than without!
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Fresh eyes / Familiar Asia

Tuesday, 8 Feb 2005 | Views [853]

STC’s snapping with new camera is frenzied and the results electrifying. We’ve only been here for 24 hours – fresh eyes’n’all that! Cambodia is feeling a little more familar than I thought – Vietnam in 2002 was a great Asian introduction ... Read more >

Tags: On the Road

 

 

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