I wanted to show myself it’s a wonderful world

I wanted to show myself it’s a wonderful world

Travel can be transformative experience. Alongside the actual trip (the air miles, unfamiliar dorm beds, indecipherable languages and alien landscapes), there’s a more personal journey. Foreign cities, different cultures and liberating getaways are often where we discover things we never knew about ourselves, or do things we never knew we would, or would dare to, back in the comfort and routine of home. Please follow […]

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Koh Ru resort. Now vs Back Then

Koh Ru resort. Now vs Back Then

My posts are so messed up and doesn’t go hand in hand with a time scale but what the hell. It’s still going to be a post with great memories and exciting pictures and it will still annoy people back home:) About a month ago (seems ages tho!) had an opportunity to visit Koh Ru resort on Bamboo island, which is one of the first […]

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Knock knock. Who’s there? Your Birthday.

Knock knock. Who’s there? Your Birthday.

MARCH 21. It’s my birthday. AND it’s Johann Sebastian Bachs birthday. AND it’s Prince Charles and Dianas wedding anniversary. It all adds up. Once, a wise man Mark Twain said: Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter. Please follow and like us:

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How Much does a Month in ‘Party Land’ Cost?

How Much does a Month in ‘Party Land’ Cost?

Recently a friend of mine was complaining about difficulties living in London and how badly she would like to escape it and afford living somewhere else. My response was something along the lines: “Really? If you could afford living in London, you could afford living pretty much anywhere on the planet!” After I’ve said it, it made me thinking how my cost of living has […]

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Trip to Koh Rong/Koh Rong Samloem

Trip to Koh Rong/Koh Rong Samloem

On a days off we like to explore! And this time we chose to visit the islands- Koh Rong and Koh Samloem. Loads of travel agents in Sihanoukville offering ferry tickets or day trips for this. After walking around for the best price and option, we decided to take a trip for $19, which includes breakfast, lunch and snorkelling equipment. It’s a one day trip, […]

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Living and working in Sihanoukville

Living and working in Sihanoukville

We decided Seam Reap wasn’t our cup of tea and after 2nights grabbed the Ospreys and jumped into a night bus towards south Cambodia, more specifically- Sihanoukville,  with an idea of staying by the beach for 3/4 nights. First impression- hot, sandy beach. That’s all we needed right then. We didn’t book any hotel as it always turns out cheaper to find the hidden treasures […]

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Review of horse riding in Otres beach

Review of horse riding in Otres beach

I always had a little dream with a perfect picture in my head- sunset horse riding on a beach. And had to wait for almost 26 years to make this come true. While looking for  ferry tickets to Koh Rong, spotted a poster for horse riding in one of the travel agents. Emailed the Liberty Ranch and next day I’m on a horse, watching the […]

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Photo essay: First days in Cambodia and Siem Reap chaos

Photo essay: First days in Cambodia and Siem Reap chaos

First impression of Siem Reap: busy, hot, dusty, crowded, touristy, loud city. Can’t think about more synonyms for now but you should get the picture. Secondly, dollar is widely accepted, apart from $2 note. Found a little ‘Mith La Or’ guesthouse five min walk from main night market street for $6 for double room/night. Cheapest so far, and believe me we did spend time on […]

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