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Sep 18 2012

Siem Reap rainy season 2012

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This is what the beginning of trouble looks like, and my dog was not one bit happy about it - taken September 2011

The rainy season in Cambodia starts in June and runs until November, bringing 75% of the kingdom’s annual rainfall and temperatures that can drop as low as 22 degrees Celsius. Future politicians take note — this sentence is a prime example of how a statement can be both absolutely true and quite misleading all at … read the full post

Sep 03 2012

Rainy season in Sihanoukville

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Downpour at Cbal Chay Watefall in Sihanoukville

I love the rainy season in Sihanoukville. Why? Believe it or not, it’s because I spend more time outdoors during the monsoon than I do in the dry season, when I spend the best hours of the day hiding from the heat and sun. As the photo above illustrates, when it rains in Sihanoukville, it … read the full post

Jun 04 2012

Rainy season in Siem Reap

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Sitting at home on a cold, wet drizzly day while pondering where to pursue adventures abroad, it may seem obvious that you wouldn’t want to go to Cambodia, or Siem Reap, at the height of the rainy season, but actually it’s not nearly as bad as people imagine. In fact, it can be the best … read the full post

Aug 25 2011

Tips for visiting Phnom Penh in the rainy season

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Although many people will tell you not to visit Phnom Penh during the rainy season, it’s actually not as bad you might think. Granted, May through October is called “monsoon season”, with rain coming more days than not in October, but the early months aren’t too bad. This year we are just getting into the … read the full post

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