Archive for February, 2012

Feb 28 2012

Sihanoukville international half marathon and bike race and ride

Published by under Sihanoukville

If you’re looking for a new way to see Sihanoukville and get some exercise, the second weekend in March has a lot to offer in the way of a half marathon and bicycle race. Sihanoukville Bike Race and Ride On March 10 at 06:00, join cycling enthusiasts and adventure junkies on a ride down Cambodia’s … read the full post

Feb 24 2012

Sundowners in Phnom Penh

Published by under Bars & nightlife

One of the loveliest times in Phnom Penh is sunset, when the locals start their aerobics routines and the expats allow themselves the first cocktail of the day. Some of the best spots for sundowners are those that overlook the river. Here are a few of my favourites. Le Moon K-West One of my favourite … read the full post

Feb 21 2012

Getting a motorbike stolen in Phnom Penh

Published by under Health & safety

Our motorbike got stolen in Cambodia last month. A Honda Wave. Reliable. Had a big chain on it. And most sadly for us, it was a rental. Motorbike theft is an unfortunate reality when you live in Phnom Penh. Just about everyone in this city has a motorbike, and from what I’ve heard — especially … read the full post

Feb 09 2012

Wonton mee near Phnom Penh airport

Published by under Other Asian

Let’s say you’re going to be in the vicinity of the Phnom Penh Airport sometime soon, and you’re feeling peckish. I’ve been doing a lot of airport runs lately, so this is not actually theoretical to me. Of course there are lots of eating options inside the terminals and at the public concourse, but just … read the full post

Feb 06 2012

What’s happening at Phnom Penh airport

Published by under Transport

I’ve had the great pleasure of visiting the Phnom Penh International Airport (née Pochentong International Airport) several times recently and I’ve got loads to tell you. Whenever I head to a new city, I wonder what the airport has to offer. Because the difference between a good airport and a bad one is not trivial. … read the full post

Feb 02 2012

Mexican food in Phnom Penh

Published by under Western

Some people complain about how many Americans there are in Phnom Penh, but the upside of their presence is the excellent supply (and demand) for American-style Mexican food. For the purpose of this review, when I say Mexican food, I mean California-style Mexican food, which is outstanding but perhaps closer to what you’d find in … read the full post

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