Mondulkiri, one of Cambodia’s northeastern provinces, is famed for its distinctive hilly landscape (‘kiri’ means hill in Khmer), indigenous ethnic minority groups and beautiful, if disappearing, wildlife corridors. With relatively little traffic and smooth, paved roads, the trip from Phnom … Continue reading
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About JenJen Green is the Brewer, Baker, Candlestick Maker for Disappearing Brew Bar and the Founder and Chief Coffee Geek of Little Black Drink.
Foreigners living in large cities in Cambodia have the distinct advantage of using US dollars to pay for most goods and services (for now). Americans especially will appreciate being able to withdraw funds from their US bank accounts without having … Continue reading
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and my coffee dealer agrees. But it’s hard to manage a weekday morning when you are not rushing off to work or school or dropping the kids off…you know … Continue reading
It’s holiday season, and whether you are traveling or staying put, we bet that buying gift buying is on your mind. Not to worry! We’ve pounded the streets of Phnom Penh to find unique gifts from locally-owned businesses which support … Continue reading
Kampot has no shortage of nice places to stay, especially with large estate-like set-ups on the river like Champa Lodge, Villa Vedici, Les Manguiers, The Greenhouse, and Ganesha Eco-Lodge. But with the recent swell of restaurants in Kampot town (not … Continue reading
Bokor Mountain remains one of the main tourist sights around Kampot. Formerly a French colonial hill station resort and site of a royal summer vacation home, modern Bokor has made itself much easier to access and has more “attractions.” While … Continue reading