There are three bus lines in the capital of the Kingdom of Wonder. Line 1 goes from Monivong Boulevard to Okaha Suy Sophan Bus Terminal. Line 2 links Ta Khmao with Night Market and eventually the line 3 connects the Airport with the Night Market. Continue reading ->
It is not very easy to ride a bicycle in Cambodia. The Kingdom of Wonder is full of (mostly white) cars and motorcycles, while bikes are not a significant part of the Cambodian landscape. Oddly enough, it is mostly foreigners and poor people who use bikes in everyday life Read more ->
After a couple of days in the former capital, I went to Mandalay and Bagan. I also planned to go to Inle Lake but bearing in mind the words of my German friend that I cannot visit everything in Myanmar in one week only, I skipped the idea. Well, it is Asia – you cannot stick to a stick travel plan, no matter how well prepared you are. Unexpected things necessarily happen, either on the road or with… Continue reading ->
This month I have visited Myanmar – better known Burma – for a week in this faraway corner of the world. The country has been almost entirely closed to international tourism due to military junta which ruled over the country for 20 years.
My first encounter with the Burmese people occurred Continue reading->
Vietnam was a great place to visit but Cambodia is definitely my home for the time being. Things are all fine and dandy. I am really attached to the Kingdom of Wonder for many reasons. Continue reading ->
My blog is mainly written about my experience in Cambodia but I would like to extend it a little bit. Namely, last weekend I went on my first trip abroad- to Vietnam. Due to my professional duties, I could only visit the neighbourhood of Hanoi for four days. Thus, I decided except for the capital, to go to Continue reading ->
Since 2013 the EU delegation in Cambodia organises once per year, around the European Day in May a bicycle tour in Cambodia. The 17 km tour along Phnom Penh is a great opportunity not only to promote a healthy and environmental friendly lifestyle but also to bring together Europeans and Cambodians Continue reading ->