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What to do in Phnom Penh?

My favourite cafe was ‘Sugar & Spice’ over at ‘Daughters of Cambodia’. A project that was founded to support women who have just escaped the sex trade – many of them victims of trafficking. There is a room inside of the shop where you watch a film about the women’s...

Cambodia: What to do in Siem Reap?

Siem Reap is a pretty little town. No, I mean really PRETTY! Some alleyways of Siem Reap somehow reminded me of France or Italy – it seemed so ‘European’. I loved all the little beautiful cafes and restaurants. The atmosphere, especially in the evening, was so inviting. If you fancy...

Yoga in Cambodia – Banteay Srey in Kampot

During my stay in Kampot, I discovered the ‘Banteay Srey’ Women’s Project: a Spa and Yoga space. In fact, it is so much more. It is a vocational training centre, created by Freya, that focuses on providing a safe heaven for vulnerable women in Cambodia, by providing them the opportunity...

Cambodia: First Impressions & Expressions

It was an early start when we left our Bangkok hotel, at Sukhumvit Soi 18. Thankfully we only had to walk a few minutes before we saw the first taxi driver approach us. It was surprisingly warm – despite the time, it was 4.30am. ‘To the main railway station, please’.Today...