Updated 2019: Many visitors to Cambodia bypass Phnom Penh and go straight to Angkor Wat or the Beaches of Cambodia – but Phnom Penh is well worth a visit. You’ll get insights into Cambodia’s unique and difficult history as a backdrop for people’s life today. And Phnom Penh is a lot more fun than people give it credit for, with … Continue reading
Yellowstone National Park, Bison
Yellowstone National Park is one of my favorite parks in the United States – you can explore it on your own and you are going from one fantastic landscape to the next. And you can run into wildlife at any time, quite literally, as bisons and other large animals can be on or next to the roads! It’s a breathtaking experience!
Cambodia Angkor Air is the flag carrier of Cambodia and was only founded in 2009. It’s a small airline with only 6 planes that will get you to the neighboring countries and around Cambodia. If you happen to visit and see Cambodia Angkor Air as an option, don’t worry – they are safe to fly and offer a good experience … Continue reading
Angkor Wat offers some of the most magnificent historic sights in the world and after many visits, I’m still fascinated by walking around the amazing temples built centuries ago. Yet, very little is known about the Khmer Empire and it’s capital city Angkor that had 1 million citizens when London was a town of only 50,000 people. The Angkor National … Continue reading
Phnom Penh used to be tough to get around, but thangs to technology it’s just as easy as in Europe or the US – but a lot cheaper and more fun, too! You can ride in the comfort of a luxury SUV or in the back of an open-air rikshaw, all organized by ride hailing apps on your phone. Public … Continue reading