Category Archives: Asia

How many people you think fit on a scooter or a pushbike? 1-2 people I hear you say. Well Cambodians see this differently… ūüėČ There is room for three on a bike On this scooter for 4 Or five for that matter! (the one behind the helium guy who’s in danger of doing an ET) Read More →

We’ve arrived! Haven’t had chance for too much exploring yet as still flat-hunting, but have managed a few sneaky snaps during our first weekend. Daily commute A Khmer Temple Wat Phnom – the birthplace of Phnom Penh Khmer architecture A normal size man negotiating massive steps Any lane will do Hold on tight, little man Read More →

Now that we have travelled through Malaysia for the past two weeks we can provide you with tips on 3 things you should never say in Malaysia: 1. “It’s only a mile, we can walk that!” You can’t. It’s either too hot or raining too heavily. Or both. And why would you when public transport Read More →

There are so many things to do in Malaysia, but we only had two weeks so we just traveled to Kuala Lumpur and the Cameron Highlands. The Cameron Highlands¬† in the north of the country are famous for their tea plantations, and strange creatures, as we found out. Below are some photos of some of Read More →

When we decided to go to Cambodia I wanted to understand¬†the history a bit better, especially¬†the genocide in the 70ies that led to the loss of lives of millions of innocent Cambodians. I came across the book ‘First they killed my father’, written by Laung Ung, who as a child witnessed the horrific brutality of Read More →

So over the past months the¬†organisation 2Way Development has been working hard to find us a suitable voluntary placement and to prepare us for our stay. It looks like 2Way has found us the perfect jobs starting in October. We will be going to: CAMBODIA!¬†We are so excited and¬†on 19th¬†October we will be¬†moving to Phnom Read More →