After Siem Reap, we moved on to Phnom Penh, which is Cambodia's capital city. Stationed right on the river, most of the traveler hang outs can be found on the water's edge. Though Phnom Penh has plenty of cultural significance in it's location, much of it is dark from the days of the Khmer Rouge … Continue reading Phenomenal Penhs
I must begin by saying that each new city we have visited has been my favorite. Siem Reap was no exception. I was thrilled to learn how much I loved the city. It reminded me of Chiang Mai (northern Thailand) in many ways: the population had a good mix of tourists and locals, the main … Continue reading Wait, Angkor What?
After spending a night or two in Pakse and sampling every Indian restaurant the town had to offer, we decided to embark on another motorbike excursion. Pakse is located on the Bolaven Plateau, which is in southern Laos. Place is dope. Dope. After quite a bit of searching for a reputable motorbike vendor, we settled … Continue reading Drive Slow Homies
Nestled deep in the south of Laos lay the 4,000 Islands. Now, Lonely Planet refers to the area as the one in which the waters of the Mekong turn to a deep turquoise and salvation is found. Though the 4,000 Islands are a sight to see, it is not the backdrop you want for the … Continue reading 4,000 Islands
We rolled into Pakse, Laos, just before Christmas - deep in the year 2013. Pakse is a quiet town with not much of a nightlife, but we had decided to shell out a bit and stay someplace reallll niiiice for the holiday. So we decided to book a resort right on top of a waterfall, … Continue reading “Hey Jackie, can you father my unborn children?”