Hello… and Goodye…
Yes guys, this will be finally finally the last post about my holidays in Southeast Asia! All the stuff is starting to get a little old… Uff, I should leave my camera at home when I go on holidays the next time *lol*. Anyway, I am more or less finish with my school work, so I can soon concentrate entirely on my Blog – with new and fresh updates. Nevertheless, I can’t wait to share my next holiday destination *omg* the flight is already booked a long time ago ♪
Back to my last post: Today’s entry is a random blog post about the excursions we did in Cambodia. It was not a typical sightseeing tour; it was more to understand and learn about the culture, traditions and the way of living of the locals. You will see it when you scroll down…
In a nutshell: I had a very exciting time in Southeast Asia. Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia – every single country is unique and I am happy that I had the opportunity to discover the hidden beauties of these places. Singapore, I will miss your amazing beaches and the pretty Merlions. Malaysia, thank you for making me crazy about your shopping malls *g* …and Cambodia, take care of your precious temples and keep on cooking Khmer Amok and Loc Lac!
from the eggs when you get closer, you can see x-billions of little caterpillars! to a cocoon cooking silk worms… Silk colouring
The old Pepsi factory… Self-made rice papers Welcome at the petrol station!
This is how Cambodian people sell petrol Drying fish. Looks beautiful – doesn’t it?
I wonder how it tastes like >w< This was Fun!
All you need for a bamboo train
is a square piece of wood and a motor *lol*
Riding a Rikshaw! (It’s a kind of a velo taxi ^^) Visiting the temples of Siem Reap A small model of Angkor WatWater lilies!
Horrible things happened here at the prion S21.
Acutally I am not a highly sensitive person, but when I walked
through the prisons I could feel this negative aura
and looking all the photos made me feel so sad,
it was difficult not to cry.
Enjoying the last day in Cambodia with my beloved school friends! Hello and Goodbye… Southeast Asia
Thank you for all the wonderful moment!
I have too bad travel fever now! This is one place definitely in the must go list. Thanks for sharing all the loooovely pictures! <3
;-) It was awesome – if we didn’t have this seminar, I would probably never travelled to Cambodia.