Tag: Cambodia

Phnom Phen

It is early in the morning as we wake up. Our bus to Phnom Phen is leaving at 8 AM and we need to be at the bus stop at 7:30 AM. Fortunately it is right beside our hotel, the NY NY guesthouse in Kampot. To get some food we go to the other side…


Tranquil Kampot

Cozy little town of Kampot is just a two to three hours bus drive from Sihanoukville and we are lucky to get dropped off almost in front of the guesthouse we are going to stay. Big clean room, nice stuff, very cheap and as you maybe already know from the last Blogpost, the fist refreshing…


Koh Rong Sanleom – Let’s go to the island!

We get woken up in the sleeper bus around 6am after arriving in Sihanoukville in southern Cambodia and take the first ferry to reach Koh Rong Sanloem, an island around 20 km off the coast of Sihanoukville. A small jungle trail goes to the other side of the island where we want to stay at…


Volunteering at OrganiKH

OK, time for the next episode and next destination: The OrganiKH farm (Link to Facebook Page). A permaculture farm run by the French guy Olivier and his Cambodian wife Darin. The trip to this place turns out to be a little special. The farm is near Sysophon and around one kilometer outside of Sway Chek….


Siem Reap and the Temples of Angkor

Siem Reap is different than expected. Highly developed, big shops and supermarkets everywhere and in comparison to the places we have been the last weeks not a place for the traveler on a shoestring. Okay, it’s the gateway to Cambodians most famous temples of Angkor and the main tourist place all over the country. Maybe…