The case of hotel "Lazy"

Internet cafe in a wooden hut, Sihanoukville, Cambodia

Internet cafe in a wooden hut, Sihanoukville, Cambodia

 

Would you like an air-conditioned and spacey internet cafe with huge LCDs around?  READ MORE »

Dreadful transformation

Relaxed family on beach during sunset, Sihanoukville, Cambodia

Relaxed family on beach during sunset, Sihanoukville, Cambodia

 

Peaceful and sometimes (when there's not too many motorbikes around) quiet beach town of Sihanoukville in Southern Cambodia.  READ MORE »

Break the evil circle

Releasing birds in Wat Phnom, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Releasing birds in Wat Phnom, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

 

There are various ways that a casual tourist can be parted with his money during his travels.

Beggars play on your conscience, sometimes using the heavy artillery - small crying kids.  READ MORE »

The legend of variety

Statues inside Wat Phnom, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Statues inside Wat Phnom, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

 

Wat Phnom is the main temple of Phnom Penh, situated on the hill, according to the legend - the place where the city "started".  READ MORE »

The problematic singularity

Street getting darker as evening sets in, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Street getting darker as evening sets in, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

 

Cambodia greeted us with heat and dense traffic in Phnom Penh.  READ MORE »

Life on the water

Woman rowing boat in Mekong Delta, Chau Doc, Vietnam

Woman rowing boat in Mekong Delta, Chau Doc, Vietnam

Shot on Mekong river, en route from Chau Doc in Vietnam, to Cambodian border.  READ MORE »

Men's daily

Asian boy with a collectible card, Can Tho, Vietnam

Asian boy with a collectible card, Can Tho, Vietnam

 

He just came back from school. I was drinking ice coffee in his mother's street stall. We communicated for a few minutes, then he showed me his treasure, smiled and walked away.  READ MORE »

Sunrise duty

Mekong Delta in Vietnam is a big, fertile and densely populated region. Fishermen, cargo shipping companies, floating markets and everything else have it's place on the coast of this majestic river.

Fisherman in Mekong Delta, Can Tho, Vietnam

Fisherman in Mekong Delta, Can Tho, Vietnam

A guy in the photograph above is a fisherman, pictured just before the sunrise.  READ MORE »

Fruity encyclopaedia

Southeast Asia is a fruit paradise. There are often times when we drop by a small family owned stall on the street and ask for a fruit shake. They ask "which one", presenting a list of some 20 varieties.

Fruit varieties in Vietnam

Fruit varieties in Vietnam

It is difficult to choose, as half of it is unknown, and even with a known part there is a problem, since all of them are very tasty.  READ MORE »

Packing taken to the limit

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Christian unexpectancies

Palm Sunday on motorbikes in Saigon

Palm Sunday on motorbikes in Saigon

 

Some of Vietnamese living in Saigon are Christians. A few not very usual things though - you can yousually see people on motorbikes in the street looking at mass held in a church (in this case the Notre Damme of Saigon).  READ MORE »

On the other side

Helicopter's machine gun in Saigon's war remnants museum

Helicopter's machine gun in Saigon's war remnants museum

 

The museum was earlier called "American war crimes museum".  READ MORE »

Chance for a lifetime

Disabled people working in a factory

Disabled people working in a factory, Saigon outskirts, Vietnam

 

Really good initiative, integration project of the disabled into the society, and a source of income.  READ MORE »

Tap the inventor on the head

I hoped this nightmare only exists in UK and around it. But no!

Water taps in Vietnam

Water taps in Vietnam

It is in Vietnam also, at least a few hotels. Why on earth do people come up with "inventions" like this?  READ MORE »

The hardship expectation

Just came back from a five day expedition to Vietnamese mountains. The conditions were very harsh, raining nearly constantly, thus making the dirt roads not passable. We had to unmount ourselves and all the photographic equipment from the rented jeeps and carry everything for 30 kilometers (with a very cold overnight sleep in tents) through the jungle.

Lizard that lives next door

Lizard that lives next door, Mui Ne, Vietnam

Arrived to the place barely alive and still ve had no time to rest because of the planned wildlife photo hunting. But everything paid off, as we had fantastic opportunities to have close-ups of the wildlife as the one above.  READ MORE »

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