I spent a total of 27 days in Cambodia. Unlike South America, I found that there were a wide range of traveller types from two week vacationing backpackers to high end wealthy Chinese, Vietnamese and Koreans. From the famous temples … Read all about it!
It was an unscheduled stop in my travel through Cambodia, but by the end of the few days we were all joking at about how my new friend Toni would start her own tour business called “Toni’s Tours” and find … Read all about it!
They said Angkor Wat was large, but I didn’t realise just how massive it was. Also known as the City of Temples, the early structures were built as Hindu temples but went through several changes over time depending on the king … Read all about it!
Sometimes a visit to a country shouldn’t be all about beaches, bars and tourist hotspots. If you think of most countries we have travelled to and even including the country we currently live in, sometimes you don’t have to go … Read all about it!
As much as I loved to eat every minute of the day in Cambodia, the meal I look forward to the most has been the Cambodian breakfast. Not because of the wide variety, everything that I’ve had just feels right … Read all about it!
With the feeling of constant traffic and chaos in Phnom Penh, I was looking forward to a few days out of town along the southern coastline of Cambodia. Most people I had spoken to about the coast said that it … Read all about it!
One of the most popular posts for last year was actually my last post where I showcased my favourite photos of 2013. It was a difficult process of narrowing it down to 35, so rather than hold back on the photos, … Read all about it!
This section of JimmyEatsWorld is dedicated to those want to be creative with their meals without breaking the bank. Those who want to get the most out of the limited ingredients available when on the road, on a budget or … Read all about it!