The ultimate form of public transport in Cambodia is the minibus. A couple of $ per ‘seat’ – how many seats in the minibus – well there’s always room for one more …
The other night I decided to stop by the riverside area and take a couple of shots of the FCC. It’s a popular bar and restaurant in Phnom Penh. Along the riverside, there are a multitude of street vendors selling a wide variety of food and snacks. The cart in the foreground of this image… View Article
So it’s been over 4 months since we moved to Cambodia and time has gone by pretty quickly ! A third of the way through already. Anthony will be heading back to Australia for a very brief visit for some training as he has joined the AYAD program. Coming up are a few public holidays,… View Article
Just around the corner from Naga World, stands the White building. It was an architectural project carried out by the Cambodian architect Vann Molyvan but was halted in 1975 during the Khmer Rouge rule. Vann was the most talented of a large group of architects who contributed to the unique and authentic style of architecture… View Article
Cyclos (pronounced see-cloe) are an integral part of the Phnom Penh landscape. These iconic vehicles, first introduced in 1936, remain one of the best and most economical ways to see the city. Cyclo drivers, however, are among the poorest of the urban poor in Cambodia. The Cyclo Centre is a local NGO providing basic support… View Article
Inside the Orussey market
Haven’t updated the blog in a while as we have visitor’s staying with us and its been quite busy at work. Here is a photo from the town of Kampot.