Back to the expat life in Cambodia

Holidays? oh no, already the end. The month I spend in Thailand was revitalising. Good bye preserved sceneries and landscapes (without plastic waste, or so few), good bye paradise beaches, delicious food and well balanced diet, good bye easy transport and accomodation.
I’m back in Cambodia. Last time was two years and a half ago. Now, I’m here to be part of a two weeks project: help a local company to assess the energy efficiency potential in Cambodia, and start a new activity.
Let’s get back to work and do it!

Bangkok and around, a very good surprise!

I always thought I wouldn’t like Bangkok. Well, I was wrong. I discovered a charming and vibrant city with wonderful monuments, temples and palaces. And an active and dynamic swing community 🙂
Our getaways to the Kanchanaburi province and the old royal city of Ayutthaya were good surprises as well: preserved and wild landscapes, the magnificient Eravwan falls, and ancient ruins from the Khmer empire.
Most important of all: we’ve got our Chinese visas! (for the Russian one, well, that’s a long story).

Incredible beaches and wonderful scenery besides the emerald sea

Here we are, in the (epic fail) night bus to Bangkok for the next country visas. But we spend such an amazing time in the Ao Nang region! Railey white beaches, Hong Island remote creeks, snorkeling in the crystal clear Adaman sea with its nemo protector fishes and yellow black striped curious fishes.
And… the opportunity to learn how to cook delicious thai meals with the talented Ya!

On the island of the French X-factor TV show

We are ready to challenge the wild island! Nothing there correspond to the TV show. So we enjoy the quiet and relaxing accomodation close to the sandy beaches, lonely creeks, cocktails our feet in the sand, local concerts. Holidays? Yeah!
Kayak, motorbike, swimming, snorkeling, life is great.
We particularly loved ou trip to Koh Rok (the real island that hosted the TV reality show) and its amazing coral reefs and fishes.
Now? Back to the continent towards Ao Nang.