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Is the atractiveness of the temples of Angkor in decline? Covering at least 1000 square kilometer (390 sq mi), Angkor was by far the largest preindustrial city known to man. The sheer size and beauty of what is left of Angkor’s estimated 1000+ temples at the city’s core have puzzled foreign travelers as far back as the 16th century. [...]
Seen at the Banana Leaf restaurant & pub in Pub street, Siem Reap, Cambodia: I didn’t try the burger, but crocodile meat tastes somewhat between chicken and fish, not my thing really.
Photo thanks to Makka Pakka.
Tourists learning about their future from alocal fortune teller No problem to marry an alien inChiang Rai Definitely the cheapest accommodationin town Rabbit hooked on ‘tabacco’leaves Oh no.. Google translate can really mess things up..The sign reads something like this: Text on sign Meaning 1. The moustache is tiny squid roasts Grilled small squid tentacles [...]
Seen in Siem Reap at the central market: Frogs are not just for the French. Many east Asians are fond of the delicacy too.And then there is a bunch of adventurous Western travelers who dare to probe some local exotic snacks. With a mixture of curiousity and plain bravura, photo evidence placed on Facebook is [...]
Seen at Siem Reap, Cambodia:
Fight ticket Tank (Thank)
Seen in Ao Nang, Krabi:
Seen in a local magazine called Passport:15.000 copies are issued of this free tourist magazine distributed in Krabi province.Obviously quite some advertising space has not been sold and is filled up with nonsense, however some funny ads are real. Crappy service?The Chatchada House really exist in Ao Nang and no matter what they say, reviews [...]