Rain's travel Posts

I had been planning to visit India for the past two years. The route of this trip had been imprinted so deeply onto my mind. I can't grasp the reason why I want…

Packed and ready. I got a moto-bike to take me to the airport. The driver was a student, and he was determined to get my there on time, taking me zooming and…

My last day in Cambodia, Julie, Sarah and I spend most of the day on a walking tour in Phnom Pehn, and had stopped walking only because we were badly…

Now I'm back in the city, I didn't get back to the busy city central area, instead, I went to the backpacker hot zone at the Boeung Kak Lake. There are indeed…

I visited the Sunrise Children's Village this morning. It is an NGO place trying their best to provide a shelter and education for the abanded or the poorest…

Today is the last day of my Angkor pass. But I was so exhausted to a point that I couldn't keep my eyes open, although I still got up around 7:30 this morning,…

My new friends, Julie and Sarah, and I started out heading north to visit this famous temple, Benteay Srei, for its delicate carving, which was rumored to have…

I started out early today, as I wanted to pack in as much as I can. So today included a sunrise, a mini tour, and a sunset. The sunrise at Angkor Wat (the most…

After 6 hours of bus ride (a very professionally operated company), I arrived in Siem Reap only to be greeted by a thunder-rain-shower, which almost felt like a…

Today I visited the Royal Palace (and the Silver Pagoda) and the National Museum. The Palace was indeed grandeur. And the fact that it is still in use was most…

Before landing at the airport, the excitement of visiting Cambodia finally strucked me as I looked out the window and saw a curiously different landscape. I saw…

Thanks for Elida who has sent me the photo. Here's me holding a slab of ice while standing on the magnificent forzen lake. My “mini” trans-siberian…
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