Monthly Archives: December 2014

Burma

Arrived in Yangon in the early evening. The first thing we noticed was that there are no tuk tuks on the road and there is almost no honking anywhere. The second thing we notice is that some cars have the … Continue reading

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Siem Reap

We made it through the six hour bus ride from hell (though Rahul has told me he’s done many overnight rides) with a barfing woman in the back, a toeless man to the right and a baby’s toy repeating “It’s … Continue reading

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Amok In The Hammock

Kep is a beach town in the south of Cambodia. It is a “well kep” secret (har har)! We stayed at Khmer Hands a guesthouse which is a place where young people who have been orphaned can get training in … Continue reading

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Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is a mellow scene compared to India. Rahul and I were stunned by the virtual nonexistence of honking, the relative cleanliness, and the efficiency of those who served us. We arrived at the Monument hotel without our bags, … Continue reading

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Easy Living

We arrived at Champa Lodge around lunchtime and Rahul was giddy. It was, he said, exactly what he’d been hoping for – a sweet paradise. Champa Lodge is the brain child of Steph, a Belguim man and Yan, his Cambodian … Continue reading

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