Setting off on this open-ended journey, I silently wished to learn how to let go of expectations, go with the flow and become more spontaneous. All of the above transformations … Continue reading On the benefits of spontaneity: a convoluted route of my 170 day journey across South East Asia.
Kep is a peaceful, coastal town famous mostly for the crab market as well as the vicinity of salt fields and pepper plantations. Kep is divided into a few different … Continue reading Kep – abandoned villas and green hills of the Kep National Park
Sihanoukville is the largest and most famous sea resort in Cambodia and as such not particularly attractive for an independent traveller. Sihanoukville itself is a noisy and rather ugly town … Continue reading Sihanoukville – skyscrapers on the beach
We reserved the following day entirely for the Preah Monivong National Park, also known as Bokor National Park. The only way of getting there is by riding a scooter/motorbike (or … Continue reading Kampot (part two)- a day in the misty Bokor mountains
Kampot– a sleepy town located not far away from the coastline at the banks of a beautiful river is another pleasant destination with a chilled out vibe, favoured by the … Continue reading Kampot (part one)- road trip to the crab market and pepper plantations
From the tourism perspective, Phnom Penh doesn’t have much to offer. There are a few interesting markets, Mekong river and some relatively new temples. But the most important places to … Continue reading Phnom Penh (part two) – lively markets and the sinister remnants of Khmer Rouge genocide