Every country is different and so the experiences. As we already wrote about our funny moments we faced in Vietnam, now is the time for some stories of Cambodia. Our first accommodation in Cambodia Traveling from Thailand to Cambodia we firstly stopped for few nights in Phnom Penh. We checked in at the hostel and we were quite happy that the room was clean so we were not forced to go and search for other accommodation. And then we noticed …

Who’s going to a new country without experiencing the local food? Definitely not us. ๐Ÿ˜‚ We love Asian food and Khmer food didn’t disappoint us at all. We tried from the simple vegetable noodle soup to those dishes that we had no idea what they were. ๐Ÿคฆ What we loved the most about Cambodian menus is that they are super friendly for vegetarians. So they start with a main vegetarian dish and then, everyone can add any type of meat …

Cambodia was definitely one of the countries that shocked and impressed us the most. The infrastructure, the food, the people and of course, the prices that influenced our budget for Cambodia. We spent 24 days in Cambodia during November. It was the end of the rainy season so the prices were lower than in the high season. We traveled around the country, we ate in the local restaurants, we paid entrance fees and we ended up spending an average of …

After few days spent in the capital of contrasts, Phnom Penh, we headed North towards Siem Reap. We have been always wanted to visit Angkor Wat since the moment we saw its beauty on Discovery channel. So here we are, exploring this incredible ancient ruin temple in the heart of Cambodia. Angkor, the incredible ancient ruin temples The Angkor Wat temple is actually the main temple form a huge complex of religious monuments. This impressive beauty is part of the …

The biggest cultural contrast we really faced until now was definitely in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. After one month in Vietnam and 2 weeks in Thailand we decided to travel to Cambodia. We didn’t know a lot about this country but we definitely wanted to get the visa here to explore Angkor Wat. The cheapest and fastest way to reach Cambodia was to get a plane from Bangkok, Thailand to Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. We chose Air Asia and …

I cannot believe that 10 months already have passed since we started our adventure. 10 months full of amazing experiences, of things we had to learn, of moments we stepped out from our comfort zone. If you want to see how we planned everything, have a look here. 10 months, 11 countries and more than 37000 km covered So here we are, at the end of 2019, counting the places we visited: 11 countries, 50 cities, more than 37000 km …