Follow my blog with Bloglovin Cambodia… If we conducted a short survey, the public would surely say that it’s one of the worst holiday destinations if you’re travelling with a child! Maybe not as bad as Africa, but also quite dangerous… More respondents would probably go with Mexico, because it’s often associated with crime, gangs,


It was raining yesterday and we were forced to stay in our hotel room for a while. But on the other hand, this way I had some time to catch up with you and tell you a bit about the cuisine in Cambodia 🙂 We got to Sa Pa (in the north of Vietnam) about


You all know that most people come to Siem Reap to see the ruins of Angkor Empire. We, however, recommend staying around a little longer and seeing the “floating villages” on the Tonle Sap lake. It’s definitely one of the most unusual places we have ever seen. The whole village, the whole society, lives on


Siem Reap is a place which totally surprised us. If you’re afraid that Cambodia might be too exotic, with no proper infrastructure, no places to stay and eat, this is where you should go. We knew that the city was especially popular with tourists because of the ruins of the Khmers’ ancient city and Angkor Wat temple,


Soon, a week will have passed since we arrived in Cambodia… We have been to Phnom Penh, now we are in Siem Reap, 6km from the Khmer Angkor temples. Tomorrow, we’re going there again, and soon we will post our account, but today – more seriously. No food, no Maks, no beautiful landscapes… For those


This is our third day in Cambodia, and more precisely in Phnom Penh – we arrived here on Monday from Bangkok on a short, pleasant flight with Air Asia… We thought we would stay here for two nights and quickly see the main attractions, but somehow we didn’t feel like hurrying J Then, we were