A Bridge and the Rest of Cambodia By Manesha Pereira Even in the daylight, there was nothing spectacular about that bridge. Metal serpents curved and caressed each other to form regular neat triangles on opposing ends. At its foot stood six cylindrical cans filled to the brim with cement and gravel. Apparently, travelers were not […]
Tips on Boarding a Night Bus in Southeast Asia By Oliver Jarvis Southeast Asia may be the up and coming place to party, work or ‘find yourself,” but these luxuries and drunken-fueled epiphanies are often surrounded by Good Morning Vietnam-esque scenes of poverty and corruption. Currently based in one of the most advanced SEA cities […]
When Time Stood Still in the Cambodian Jungle By James Michael Dorsey While photographing temples and monasteries in the jungles of Cambodia, I hired a local tuk-tuk driver named Thom and asked him to take me where tourists did not go. We went a little further off the beaten path each day until he realized […]
Vietnam’s Lost World: Gold Rush in the Jungle By Dan Drollette Jr Deep in the jungle where the borders of Vietnam meet those of Laos and Cambodia is a region known as “the lost world.” Large mammals never seen before by Western science have popped up frequently in these mountains in the last decade, including […]
Cambodia: Exploring Seim Reap, Phnom Penh and Banteay Srei ruins, in this impoverished yet beautiful country.
A River Runs Through It: Cambodia’s Splashy Bonn Om Touk Festival By Dagmar Busshoff Fluttering flags embroider the waterfront. Laughing workmen carry hundreds of strings of whitCambe mini-lights to drape every imaginable surface along the quay. The atmosphere is as electrifying as the lights, though, for I can feel the buzz of excitement in the […]