Category Archive: Cambodia

Back to Bangkok

Before returning to Bangkok, we had a leisurely breakfast at Peace Cafe. It’s hippietastic, peaceful (hence the name) and we wished we could have stayed longer. I also think there’s a hostel upstairs… Continue reading

Night #2: Our Cambodian Boyfriends

As our tour was coming to a close, Jill and I were asking the locals (including our tour guide, Ok) where we should go for dinner. They kept suggesting places that the tourists… Continue reading

A Day in Siem Reap

The morning started with our free breakfast at the hostel – the variety of fresh fruit slices (dragonfruit, pineapple, mango, and watermelon) continue to be one of my favorite features of Southeast Asia.… Continue reading

Out on the Tourist Town: Siem Reap

After we checked in, had a snack, and took a swim, we obviously couldn’t resist exploring Siem Reap a bit. On the way to the Night Market, we stopped at a street vendor… Continue reading

The Siem Reap Hostel, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Since we rented a taxi to Siem Reap, the rental price also happened to include transportation to our hostel. Jill and I had already reserved a room at the Siem Reap Hostel I… Continue reading

Your 12-Step Guide to crossing the Thai/Cambodia border

If you google “Crossing the Thai/Cambodia border” you, like me, ¬†will probably start to feel a sense of fear. In my preparation to visit the tiny country of Cambodia, I did some research… Continue reading