Street Food, Drinks, and Travel

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    My first trip to North Korea

    People often ask me about how I ended up creating a travel agency specializing in North Korea and indeed about my first trip to the country. Well it turns out there is only so much food I can write about in Siem Reap, so I have decided to go on […] More

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    The Best Bars of Sok San Road

    Almost every country has its special little area filled with bars where a gentleman need not go lonely, and for Siem Reap that is Sok San Road. The difference here though and say Fields Avenue in Angeles or Wan Chai is that these are not go-go bars, or bar fine, […] More

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    Silk Garden – Siem Reap

    Silk Garden is probably the best bar on Pub Street! Generally speaking I tend to fall into avoiding Pub Street like the plague, but there is the odd place there that I enjoy (Cozy Bar) and others I go but don’t really like, like Picasso. To read about the legend […] More

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    JD’s Bar

    I’m genuinely amazed at how many bars and restaurants are currently opening in Siem Reap. It seems barely a week goes by when there is not a new bar opening. We introduce JD’s Bar…. JD’s Bar is located opposite the unimaginative Unity Hostel, as well as being very close to […] More

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    Stinky Tofu – Is it that Smelly?

    There are a lot of good foods that smell bad, such as durian, then there are foods that smell and taste bad, like hakarl, but where does stinky tofu fit into the grand mix of things? To read about durian click here. To read about hakarl click here. I was […] More

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    Guest Blog: Foodie tour in Sydney, Australia

    From the sweet to the exquisite, there’s something for everybody in the splendid food centre known as Sydney. Get your hands filthy eating road food in a hurry, dive into tempting treats, fulfil yourself with exemplary local produce, and find extraordinary artisan cafés around the city. Yes, you heard right. […] More

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    Surviving Siem Reap During lockdown

    I’ll try to avoid harping on about how Covid-19 has affected me because, well it has fucked with the happiness of a lot of the planet and indeed a lot of people are worse off than me, but I am still stuck in Cambodia. Choices, choices, choices Hindsight is one […] More

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    Pit Stop Bar – Siem Reap

    There might be next to no tourists and the world economy might be flunking, but this also tends to throw up the odd bit of opportunity when it comes to rents! Rents get cheaper, so the brave few decide to open new businesses. To read about Big Boy’s Burger, another […] More

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    Nagorno-Karabakh Street Food

    Is there street food in Nagorno-Karabakh? And is this basically click-bait? It is a bit of both really. In case you have not been following the news Armenia and Azerbaijan are basically about to go to war over Nagorno-Karabakh. To read about the imminent war click here. What is Nagorno-Karabakh? […] More

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