Cambodia


Wat Phnom, is a small park right in the middle of the city. In the background is a fully functional clock made in the grass, and the foreground is a bamboo statue of Naga, which you can expect to find in many parts of Cambodia.
Cambodia is one of those countries, about which I never got to post much. Except for the one post about the silly travel video which we made in Cambodia, which for some reason, became pretty popular in the Singapore couch surfing community. Was going through my pictures, and decided that I had to post some pictures of this beautiful country. Although my Cambodian trip took me mainly to Siem Reap, I did have the pleasure of visiting Phnom Penh for a quick day, before I darted off on a minivan to see the Ankor Wat. Will have to write about Siem reap some […]

Images from the street: Phnom Penh, Cambodia


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During our trip to Cambodia in April 2013, we were aimlessly wandering around the Ankor wat complex. The summer heat was taking its toll, and we had been cycling from 5 AM. (I am a sucker for early sunrises). Everybody was tired out of their heads. And suddenly someone had an idea! Why not make a movie? I mean, one of those shortest-of-short film kinds. Something that can be shot in just 30 minutes or so, and said a story in about a minute or so. And from that point on, everything escalated rather quickly. We came up with the […]

Love in Cambodia


Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon 5
Everybody is doing it. So, I might as well.   To recount a year is difficult, and especially when it is a year like 2013 which was nothing short of momentous. I checked my hard disk to find out that I have travelled to a total of 14 countries this year, and the total pictures in my hard disk totalled up to 32000! So, what better way to recount a year, than to show it in pictures.   January The Thaipusam festival is one of the most bizarre festivals that one can imagine. I have been wanting to check out […]

2013: My year in travel photos