18 Jun Four Weeks in Cambodia Video
Although we’d heard mixed reviews of Cambodia we were still keen to see what the country held for us. We certainly weren’t disappointed though. Other than meeting some of the friendliest and most genuine people we managed to explore the ancient temples of Angkor and learn about the more recent gruesome history at the killing fields and Tuol Sleng Prison in Phnom Penh. We checked out the circus and took the bamboo train in Battambang and spotted the endangered Irrawaddy Dolphin before heading up the Mekong to Laos’s Four Thousand Islands. Here are our Cambodia Video highlights:
Our Four Weeks in Cambodia Video
So, from temples to prisons, bats to dolphins, bamboo trains to breakdowns and bucket-loads of kindness, we left Cambodia feeling like we’d really learnt a lot about the country and that as tourists we were really appreciated.
PattiPosted at 05:15h, 19 June
I think that’s one of the things about travel we all need to be aware of – while you do want to hear the opinions of others, those opinions need to be balanced out with what works for you. It looks as if you really enjoyed Cambodia. The sunsets photos are beautiful!
AmyPosted at 10:12h, 19 June
We loved Cambodia Patti! You’re right, while it can be useful to hear opinions about a place it’s always worth seeing it for yourself and making up your own mind about it.