If you like small spaces...go here! These are the tunnels used during the 'American' war in Viet Nam. Read up on the history here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%E1%BB%A7_Chi_tunnels It is a little harrowing if you get in and you can't get out... as Mike found out! But, he managed to wiggle and waggle and get himself out of the… Continue reading The Cu Chi Tunnels – a close call!
Tag: Phnom Penh
We’re psycho for cyclo tours!
Yes, we did it again...we took another cyclo tour. For those of us who have never experienced a cyclo tour it is a bicycle driven front facing seat (for the best views of the traffic coming at you at break neck speed). Ah, but I digress... the excitement of driving along at a relatively slow… Continue reading We’re psycho for cyclo tours!
The National History Museum – Phnom Penh
Wow! Wow! Wow! what a great museum! (and it wasn't closed)...good luck for us! The beautiful setting and the wonderful exhibits make this museum a must see for anyone who is interested in the history and culture of the region. The exhibits were well organized and the explanations were very enlightening...we learned a lot about… Continue reading The National History Museum – Phnom Penh
It is now determined...that my favorite Cambodian food is Amok. It is delicious in it's numerous forms, fish, seafood, chicken.... A salty, yet slightly sweet, coconut and curry dish (with a hint of lemon grass) that takes advantage of fresh herbs and spices to tantalize your taste buds and keep you wanting to come back… Continue reading Ah…Amok!
If you like food…. and we do…come to The Malis!
We have tried many different kinds of food on this trip and we loved it all, from cockroaches to crickets, from noodles to egg coffee... so far, so good, not a bad meal yet! Actually most were pretty good with some quite incredible! Phnom Penh has some spectacular restaurants and we were fortunate to visit… Continue reading If you like food…. and we do…come to The Malis!
Campochia – you and mia!
Our journey to Cambodia was uneventful (and long); but the trip, even though by private bus, took it's toll on a number of our compadres with general tiredness and some stomach upset. We passed many temples as well as some new views on the way including a massive suspension bridge. The food stop was a… Continue reading Campochia – you and mia!