Smile crosses all language barriers

April 4, 2009 of Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia

As local kids living in Tonle Sap Lake Port, they hurriedly pose for a picture with my younger sister. “Smile” is indeed crosses every language barrier!

Floating Village

April 5, 2009 of Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia

This is one of the reasons why I am so amazed about Cambodia. They have the Floating Village floating 30 minutes away from the shore. There are approximately 1000 villagers, bar & restaurant, piggery, souvenier shop, and basketball court. They transport to the city for drinkable water, as you may see, the water may not freshens your thirst. And just like the usual village who live a usual life, the lake is where mothers wash the dishes. We even encountered kids playing in the water.

Tonle Sap Lake (meaning “Large Fresh Water River”) is the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia.

It’s Unfair! BIG SERVINGS in KFC Cambodia

April 5, 2009 of Kentucky Fried Chicken, Cambodia

KFC opened its first branch in the main city of Cambodia. Although the Philippines shares the same type of foods with other Asian countries, there are still, I consider, peculiar taste they serve. We saw this first and only branch in Siem Riep where there were only few customers who seemed to enjoy its International delicacies, the foreigners and look-liked upper class local people.

And oh, they serve big fat fries, jumbo burgers and super large softdrinks!! How come Philippines branch offers the mini versions?!?!

Reflection of Angkor Wat

April, 2009 of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Since I am excited with my new site, I opt to post one of my favorite pictures.

Angkor Wat, as one of the 7 Wonders of the World, is the main attraction of Cambodia located in Siem Reap. Each of its temples has its own ancient story. The picture reflects the best angle of Angkor Wat you’ll ever seeeee.