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Cambodia I'm not having a mid life crisis but thought it was time for me to experience living overseas before I get too old. I'm starting in Cambodia and then see where it takes me.

Don Bosco Technical School

CAMBODIA | Sunday, 2 Nov 2014 | Views [306]

I have been at the Don Bosco Technical School for just on a month. Things certainly move slowly in Cambodia and I have really only just started serious teaching last week.! The Technical School has approximately 400 students (200 in each year) and ... Read more >

Tags: don bosco, sihanoukville, starfish cafe

Photos: Siem Reap

CAMBODIA | Saturday, 27 Sep 2014 | Photo Gallery

I spent nearly 3 months in Siem Reap as a volunteer teacher with Learn4Life. It was a brilliant 3 months, good fun at school (as well as hard work) and Siem Reap has so many things that you can do.
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Siem Reap - 3 months of experiences and fun

CAMBODIA | Thursday, 25 Sep 2014 | Views [650]

I recently finished my 10 weeks of teaching at Learn4Life in Siem Reap. My students ranged in age from 13 years old to their late 30’s with the majority being either High School or University students. Most of the University students also worked ... Read more >

Tags: angkor childrens hospital, angkor temples, flight of the gibbons, learn4life, siem reap

Siem Reap and Learn4Life

CAMBODIA | Monday, 28 Jul 2014 | Views [752]

I came to Siem Reap to teach at Learn4Life – another volunteer NGO which gives young adults/adults a chance to learn English at a very reasonable cost ($20 per semester). I am very impressed with the set-up here. The volunteers have the option ... Read more >

Tags: learn4life, siem reap

Preah Vihear Temple

CAMBODIA | Wednesday, 23 Jul 2014 | Views [414]

Preah Vihear Temple is well worth the effort to go and see. Australia and other countries still have warnings about going to visit the place because of previous disputes between Thailand and Cambodia, but at the moment it is perfectly safe ... Read more >

Tags: preah vihear, siem reap

Photos: Preah Vihear Temple

CAMBODIA | Tuesday, 15 Jul 2014 | Photo Gallery

This temple has a long history of being under dispute between Thailand and Cambodia but is very safe to go and visit at the moment
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Return to Phnom Penh prior to going to Siem Reap

CAMBODIA | Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014 | Views [298]

Returned back to Phnom Penh after leaving Koh Kong. Very uneventful bus trip (Sorya big bus). Harry my friendly tuk tuk driver in Koh Kong had arranged a front window seat for me which was great. I was a bit dubious about the front windscreen standing ... Read more >

Tags: phnom penh

Koh Kong

CAMBODIA | Tuesday, 24 Jun 2014 | Views [375]

I was in Koh Kong at the start of the rainy season which is not the ideal time to play a tourist. The plus side is there aren't a lot of tourists around cluttering up the local countryside! I had a very interesting trip as I took a "normal" bus. It ... Read more >

Tags: 99guest house, koh kong, tatai waterfall

Photos: Koh Kong

CAMBODIA | Saturday, 21 Jun 2014 | Photo Gallery

In North West Cambodia about 18km from Thailand border. Beautiful area passing through the Cardamon Mountains. I was there at the start of the wet season.
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Return to Sihanoukville

CAMBODIA | Sunday, 8 Jun 2014 | Views [686]

After my 3 months in Sen Monorom I decided that I needed a break and somewhere that I could get some good food for my body - away from all the MSG. Sihanoukville has a good supermarket so I got cheese and yoghurt along with Aussie muesli - oh the ... Read more >

Tags: all black test, don bosco, shipwreck bar, sihanoukville

Photos: Sihanoukville return

CAMBODIA | Sunday, 8 Jun 2014 | Photo Gallery

holiday break after Sen Monorom
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Back to Phnom Penh - volunteer reunion with Rich and John

CAMBODIA | Friday, 6 Jun 2014 | Views [299]

Rich had left Sen Monorom a week prior to myself to do a little travelling around Cambodia before heading back to the US. John had been an intern for 4 months with WWF and was heading back to Belgium. I had met up with Rich on the Saturday and we ... Read more >

Tags: eating spiders, friends, romdeng, tarantulas

Photos: Back to Phnom Penh

CAMBODIA | Friday, 6 Jun 2014 | Photo Gallery

After my stint in Sen Monorom I went back to Phnom Penh for 2 days before going to Sihanoukville and then again 2 weeks later for 5 days before I went to Siem Reap.
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Tags: cooked spiders, eating spiders, ruverside, tarantula

Sen Monorom - Mondulkiri

CAMBODIA | Friday, 6 Jun 2014 | Views [2474]

I have just completed volunteer teaching English for 3 months in Sen Monorom, Mondulkiri provine in North East Cambodia. This area is portrayed as the "wild west", in the jungle, far from civilisation etc. It is not so now as there is a really good ... Read more >

Tags: bunong place, english volunteer, globalteer, globalteer volunteer, sen monorom

Photos: Sen Monorom

CAMBODIA | Friday, 9 May 2014 | Photo Gallery

Capital of Mondulkiri In the dry season you have red dust everywhere, in the wet mud!
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Tags: boarding school, sen monorom, weaving

Ban Lung

CAMBODIA | Tuesday, 15 Apr 2014 | Views [1506]

The second leg of the school holidays in Sen Monorom I spent in Ban Lung. Lots of waterfalls around the area but the town is very spread out and apart from the market area there isn't really a lot on offer in the town itself. It was however a very ... Read more >

Tags: ban lung, don bosco schools

Photos: Ban Lung

CAMBODIA | Tuesday, 15 Apr 2014 | Photo Gallery

In the Ratanakiri Province - North East with shared border with Vietnam
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Stung Treng

CAMBODIA | Saturday, 12 Apr 2014 | Views [671]

I hadHad a very exciting ride up here. An express mini-van packed with 20 people and 6 motorbikes strapped on the back with a driver trying to beat the land speed record I think. Still got to Kratie in one piece. Had a 2 hour wait there and then caught ... Read more >

Tags: le tonle guest house, mekong blue, stung treng

Photos: Stung Treng

CAMBODIA | Wednesday, 9 Apr 2014 | Photo Gallery

On a break for the School holidays so am exploring more of the North East. Had to go south first though as only moto access north from Sen Monorom
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Tags: le tonle, mekong blue, stung treng

Bousra Waterfall and coffee plantation

CAMBODIA | Thursday, 3 Apr 2014 | Views [639]

Travelled by luxury this time (4WD) which was probably just as well as an hours journey each way on the back of a moto in the dust may have been a bit much! Foregners pay $1.25 entrance fee and this goes towards maintenance of the park. I was very ... Read more >

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