Travelfish correspondent Lina Goldberg
Lina Goldberg lives in Phnom Penh. She loves the noise of street vendors going past her window every day. She’s less enthusiastic about the weddings and funerals that set up camp on her street for days at a time.
Previously, Lina has been based in Oakland, California, New York City, Dublin and London. Lina spends most of her time thinking about food, travel and synthpop.
Posts by Lina Goldberg:
The riel is the official currency of Cambodia, but you don’t need to rush out and change money before you arrive. The US dollar is an unofficial second currency that is actually used more — there’s a 90% level of dollarization in the country. In fact, if you’re getting a visa on arrival, plan to … read the full post
For those in Phnom Penh looking for a little taste of home, Mike’s Burger House serves up some of Phnom Penh’s most-loved burgers that are noteworthy for being both toothsome and enormous. Proprietor Im Chenda, who goes by Mike, is originally from Battambang province, but at the end of the Khmer Rouge era fled to … read the full post