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Huffington Post: Three Amazing Getaways In Cambodia

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Want exotic beaches and amazing food without going to Thailand? Here are the best places we visited in Cambodia, perfect for a summer break.   ♥ [hr] Did you like this post? Please share it!

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Back To Thailand

13,623 km so far. It was with sad hearts that we pedalled our way out of Cambodia this morning. We have loved our 30 days in this country, and hope we can come back one day soon. It appears to be changing rapidly, and we suspect that by the time we do make it back, […]

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Grateful Photo #126

Recycling.  ♥

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Get Up, Stand Up: Our Friend Nang

13,578 km so far. Since this is our last full day in Cambodia, I wanted to share one last Cambodian story with you. Nang, who you may remember from our visit to Siem Reap, is a truly inspiring person. His story is a reminder that no matter how down we feel, how low we have […]

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Down Among The Mangroves

13,578 km so far. Koh Kong has a massive mangrove forest protecting it from the sea, and today we got up early to go see it. As usual, a few kilometres out of the tourist section of town, the sights got far more interesting. You can take a boat trip through the mangrove, but we […]

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Singing The Guesthouse Blues

13,554 km so far. I wasn’t too impressed with the guesthouse we ended up in last night. It was pretty much a dive, but one of those dives that you don’t really realise is bad until it’s too late to change your mind. Instead of screaming “run away” as soon as you take your first […]

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Welcome To The Jungle

13,547 km so far. Leaving our home stay this morning, we rode out along the dirt road to highway 48, not really looking forward to today’s elevation profile. There are a few big climbs today, and it’s a scorcher. In The Flow It isn’t often we make a detour from our route to visit a […]

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Eco-Touring Cambodian Style

13,483 km so far. The rains last night had us a little concerned that the dirt road we’d taken to get up to Chi Phat would have turned into a red mud bath overnight. On the side of risking it: me. On the side of taking the tourist boat back down to the highway: Stephen. […]

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That’s Phat With a PH

13,422 km so far. Four hours into the hot heat today we stopped in the small town of An Daung Toeuk for lunch. During lunch at the Blue Columns restaurant we were surprised when a couple of other tourists arrived. The restaurant, and town, happen to be the jumping off point for trips to the […]

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Downpour

13,357 km so far. This morning, I was on the brink of staying in Sihanoukville for one more day. The food we had last night was so delicious, and the sleep I had last night was so lousy, that I couldn’t quite bear the thought of leaving. I knew my legs would be heavy for […]

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