Siem Reap Impressions

Being a curious person I always try to get a first-hand impression of things. The internet, various books and fellow travellers are good sources of information but making experiences myself is still the best input. Thus today I once again made myself a subject of science and went to compare Thai and Khmer massage. The […]

Temple Finale

Angkor Wat, described as the mother of all temples and probably the largest religious building in the world. I saved it for the last day of my temple tour and was excited to get there. After splurging with tuk-tuk rides the last two days it was time to be a backpacker again and get onto […]

Day Two at the Temples

Before heading to Angkor today I went into town to have a look at the local market. From the guest house it’s just a relaxed ten minute walk along the river. The market is very similar to those I’ve seen in Thailand. Incredibly cramped and everything is for sale. As my need for souvenirs is […]


I made it, 30 hours after checking out of my bungalow on Koh Tao I arrived at the guest house in Siem Reap. My means of transportation were the back of a ute, a ferry, a coach, a train, the subway, Bangkok’s public buses, another coach, the back-seat of a motorcycle and finally a taxi. […]

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