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Siem Reap and Angkor Wat Temples

Siem Reap and Angkor Wat Temples

From Sihanoukville we decided that another 12 hour bus marathon may be a little too much for our relaxed state of mind, so we decided to break the journey up with a visit back to Phnom Penh for an evening en route  to Siem Reap. The journey was again by coach and was labelled at about […]

Posted in: Cambodia
The Cambodian Coast and Beaches

The Cambodian Coast and Beaches

Kep Crab Market From the capital we moved on to the coastal town of Kep situated about four hours from Phnom Penh.   Soraya transport will whisk you there for the princely sum of six dollars, on an air conditioned bus that just about hits the comfort tag, especially if you are partial to Cambodian […]

Posted in: Cambodia
Cambodia: Phnom Penh

Cambodia: Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh Our journey moves to another country and we were both looking forward to what Cambodia had to offer us. We’d spoken to many travellers coming from here and we had not heard a single bad thing about this country. We toyed with the idea of getting there via the Mekong from Chau Doc, but […]

Posted in: Cambodia
Ho Chi Minh City or is it Saigon?

Ho Chi Minh City or is it Saigon?

Our Final Stop in Vietnam Saying goodbye to Vietnam wasn’t easy.  Over the last month we have grown rather fond of the place, providing you don’t let the constant, fluctuating and often ridiculous initial prices sought by some traders get to you.  I will forgive it that annoyance, because the country has given us some great memories […]

Posted in: Vietnam
Relaxing in Hoi An

Relaxing in Hoi An

From the Imperial City of Hue we made our way down to the Vietnamese coastal town of Hoi An with its beautifully preserved historic buildings, good beaches and some amazing food. The journey from Hue is short at only four hours by coach.  We could have taken the train to Danang and then caught a […]

Posted in: Vietnam