In which Nicky learns to surf. In a manner of speaking.
Over the last 10 years a dedicated group of friends has masterminded the restoration of the last surviving Dundee tunnyboat. Here is the remarkable story of Biche.
Published in the Phnom Penh Post on 25 May 2012.
The first report on the Lidar survey of Angkor which has confirmed the existence of an entire city on Phnom Kulen. Published in the Phnom Penh Post on 11 May 2012. For more […]
A community in Siem Reap was evicted in March last year, with little notice and less compensation. This post for Travelfish took a look at what happened:
Published in Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia’s eco-edition last October.
It seems so natural and harmless, and resistance feels so callous and cruel, to give to the kids that fill the streets of Siem Reap selling books, postcards, flowers and jewellery, or sometimes just […]
Knowing whether or not to tip can provoke serious angst among travellers. This post on Travelfish attempts to answer some questions, and alleviate concerns, but has to admit that, like so much […]
An ecotourism initiative in northeast Cambodia is aimed at saving a newly discovered species of gibbon and the unique biodiversity of its home.