Travel Post: Phnom Penh to Kampot

Lately I’ve been so focused on work that I have neglected my travels and my travel blogging. Instead, I have been indulging in my love of technology, science fiction, and future design. But soon my digital nomad work travels will come to an end, soooo… On to the Travel Blogging Phnom Penh (PP) was great, as far as cities go. …

The Killing Fields, Emergency Sex, & Bed Bugs

As you enter the Killing Fields you see a tall pagoda-like structure filled with skulls. The skulls of the victims that were exhumed from this site have been examined by forensic professionals from around the world, and some are in displayed the museum, off to the right of the entrance. Small signs behind the skull explain how each one died. …

Once More into the Breach

A short plane hop lands me back in Phnom Penh, and I avoid the taxi stand, which charged nine bucks for a ride into the city on my previous trip. Someone yells out Tuk tuk! at me, and I pick out the voice from a crowd of transportation vendors clamoring for my attention. At first he is eager to be …

Blah Blog Phnom Penh

PHNOM PENH–While the plane was descending and I was watching the shallow marshes that stretched out to the horizon, I thought this must be a very wet country. Off in the distance a thick layer of misty clouds hovered over the land, and within a few minutes, the plane landed in the middle of a downpour. On the taxi ride …