For a long time now, probably since time began, Father Chris-tmas has lived a cold and isolated existence in the frosty wastelands of Lapland, travelling around on a sled pulled by a band of merry reindeers.
But finally he’s had enough of the long dark nights and constantly drunk reindeers and so he’s decided to move to the Cambodian jungle, where sober elephants provide a much more reliable way to deliver presents to well-behaved children.

fire mondulkiriStoking the fire on Christmas eve – to ensure a comfortable night’s sleep before the big day arrives

Christmas morning – Santa’s Little Helper ready for action….
A healthy jungle breakfast before the delivery of presents can commence
Father Chris-tmas and Rudolf the Long-nosed Elephant discussing which children have been well-enough behaved to deserve presents this year
After a job well done, Santa’s Little Helper cools off with a refreshing jungle shower
Father Chris-tmas wearing his Christmas hat and, well, not much else actually. I hope that thought hasn’t ruined your Christmas dinner!
After a busy day, Father Chris-tmas kicks back to enjoy a well-deserved snooze.
Merry Christmas to all of our family, friends, and other people in the world!
From Santa’s Little Helper, Rudolph the Long-nosed Elephant, and Father Chris-tmasXxxx


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Tammy & Chris are a couple hailing from Germany and England, meaning between them they are efficient and polite, but unable to talk about football. Find out why they stopped pushing pens around the British civil service to travel the world on their blog.

4 Thoughts on “Merry Chris-tmas

  1. Anonymous on December 27, 2012 at 11:53 am said:

    looks great! but i am really disappointed that you did not try the spider bbq…
    merry x-mas and happy new year! katja

  2. I wanted to keep that experience for when you are coming to visit me Katja! 🙂 Happy New Year to you too!

  3. Hi I found your blog while currently investigating Cambodia for a visit with my family. Iread your elephant trekking story: and wondered if you did through a tour? Much obliged, and i hope we have half as much fun as you did.
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    • Tammyonthemove on July 23, 2014 at 7:58 am said:

      Thanks for popping by. We stayed in the Nature Lodge in Mondulkiri and they organise eco friendly tours.

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