Tag Archives: phnom penh

Hope and Anchor Hotel/Bar – Phnom Penh

After a three day stay in Sihanoukville Nick and I had enough of the sea, sand, and sun. We booked next morning’s bus to Phnom and checked out of the Angkor Arms. Upon hearing about our departure the hotel owner Roland wrote down the address of a salubrious hotel in Phnom Penh. It’s a good […]

Sophie’s Bar Phnom Penh – Songkran 2007

In 2007 Nick and I had scheduled our Cambodia trip to avoid Songkran in Thailand. My wife thought this voyage was simply a sex tour, but we passed through Koh Kong and Sihanoukville without a passing glance at the local talent, mostly because S-ville’s Chicken Farm has been dramatically reduced by the port expansion and […]

Moving to Cambobia

Prior to the coup d’etat in Thailand, the caretaker minister announced a crackdown on visa-runs for westerners. Rumors rode roughshod over facts and drunken farangs were contemptuously announcing if Thailand didn’t want their money, then Cambodia would welcome them like the Vietnamese Army vanquishing the Khmer Rouge in 1979. I bit my tongue rather than […]