Tag Archives: Cambodia

Sex on the beach | Ever tried it?

What set me off writing this was an article I read recently about a kind of tea served in Singapore – named after a popular Indian street name – Madarchod – translated which means “mother…..r” guaranteed to bring out the claws.

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Small towns that I really liked

Endless natural beauty, small stores filled to the roof with wares, worn out buildings, charming cottages, clean streets, sidewalk cafes...old libraries, the only cinema theater...nothing brings a smile like an small town does!

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The Killing Fields of Cambodia

It was not surprising that the Killing Fields in Phnom Penh didn’t attract eager visitors - Choeung Ek Genocidal Centre (famous as Killing Fields), a grim tourist attraction, is a lesson in Cambodia's turbulent history.

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Kep – An unexpected delight in Cambodia

Kep, a tiny sea-side town in Cambodia, once ruled by the French is often overlooked by tourists, because, apart from the lazy white beaches, Rabbit Island, an abandoned (or haunted) Bokor Palace and Hotel in Kampot, some caves, Kep National Park and pepper plantations - there is not much to hold a tourists attraction.

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