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Barn Barn – Delicious Singapore Hawker Style Food in Phnom Penh

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So I know where I’ll be eating lunch for the next year or so.  There are plenty of places to get good food around the Russian Market area where we work – but non more delicious, cheaper or unassuming than Hainan chicken joint Barn Barn.  This little off the street eatery serves Singapore style hawker […]

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Breakfast Oasis at Botanico Gastrobar

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It’s definitely time I posted about Botanico Gastrobar – I’ve made my way through most of their breakfast menu over the last couple of months.  And its became a regular stop on “Ryan and Asha’s tour of Phnom Penh” for most of our recent visitors. Behind door #9b on Street 29 (near Sihanouk boulevard – blink […]

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Restaurant Review: Yumi Brings Trendy Japanese Food to Phnom Penh

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Yumi is a trendy little Japanese restaurant down a dark street in Phnom Penh’s expat filled suburb of BKK1.  Yumi’s appearance belies its reputation – it appears to be a simple Japanese styled bar serving bar food, but don’t be fooled, the food is fantastic.   With a small menu of clever, well executed, crowd […]

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The Best Food in South-East Asia

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After six months, 6 countries, 540 meals (a very conservative estimate) and a number of mad dashes for the loo, its time to talk about the best food in South-East Asia. The best part of travelling is eating.  I mean it.  We may not set off with this as the reason for our travels, but […]

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Vang Vieng, As Seen From My High Horse

Dear readers, please allow me to get a little self-indulgent here. This blog is subjective and I wanted to jump up on my soapbox or high-horse or whatever for this one. Firstly, here are some nice pictures from around Vang Vieng: [scrollGallery id=5] I knew coming to south-east Asia meant visiting Laos, and I knew that […]

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Burps That Hurt – Street Food in Chiang Mai

The eating habits of Thai people are very different from what we are used to. Here, people eat 6 or 7 times a day – eating a lot of small meals, instead of the 3 food-loading sessions a day. That’s why food can be found on just about every street. There are even food outlets […]

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Paradise on a Budget: Cheap Island Adventures in Thailand

When I read travel blogs, I always want to know ‘how much do things actually cost?’. But usually its really hard to find out. So, if you are planning to travel to the islands in Southern Thailand, I hope this is useful. The islands of Krabi and Trang province are probably the most expensive destinations […]

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