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Drawing the curtains on Cambodia.

Friday, 23 Mar 2007 | Views [1715]

Did our change of location in Sihanoukville, result in an improvement in my feelings towards the place? Yes and no. The Green Gecko was definitely a better place to hang out, do our best to imitate people who can play billiards, and eat omelette rolls ... Read more >

Tags: People

Who can stand the heat of Hades?

Wednesday, 21 Mar 2007 | Views [1884]

What is going on? Is there a worldwide shortage of material at present; especially here in Sihanoukville, at Satan’s' fashion show of truly diabolical swimming garments. That wouldn't explain why the Cambodians, some of the poorest people in the world, ... Read more >

Tags: Beaches & sunshine

Satans summer range of swim wear.

Tuesday, 20 Mar 2007 | Views [25356] | Comments [4]

Sihanoukville has been exposed! No other place has seen such an astronomical increase in everything undesirable, and I aim to expose as much as has been exposed to me. Exposed as naive were my claims that Sihanoukville would enjoy controlled and responsible ... Read more >

Tags: sightseeing

What love can make us do!

Sunday, 11 Mar 2007 | Views [1777]

Capital cities are always a mixed blessing. Everything you need, is there for a price. But so are a lot of things you don't need. Like pollution. Like extreme destitution. Like roads totally devoid of order. My God, is it only the Westerners that have ... Read more >

Tags: People

A few buses too many.

Friday, 9 Mar 2007 | Views [5510] | Comments [2]

29 hours. 3 buses. 1 border crossing. 2 missed meals. 11 lady finger bananas eaten. 600 baht saved. 1 sore, sleepless and shitty traveler. Again the open road beguiled me, and rewarded my love of its exciting unpredictability with another ass pounding ... Read more >

Tags: On the Road

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