Two roads diverged in the wood. I took the one less serious.
NEW TRAVELOGUE !!
Where These Roads Went
If you are trying to find out the best way to get in and out of Cambodia, where to go, eat, sleep and buy souvenirs in Cambodia and generally how not to get lost or have your leg blown off by a land mine in Cambodia, then this is not the book you are looking for.
Read the first 3 chapters here...
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Everyday man Damjan Koncnik
and the land he decided to walk through...
Image of the Week
I'll be brief...
People who read Malay or English get a warning.
Everyone else gets shot in the head.
More Photo Fun RIGHT HERE!
Snapshot of Japan
Nawate Street, Matsumoto
To the casual onlooker this may seem like nothing but
three people about to get totally freaked out by a
fish head hanging from a string.
But this is Nawate-Dori, a pedestrian lane that has
been in existence for about 500 years.
Whether that explains anything I don't know.
But if I've learned anything in ten years in Japan
Japanese people will eat raw squid
but they tremble at the idea of a bowl of miso soup
with no tofu.
Hi, I'm Kevin.
I've got some stories you're gonna love.
Stories best told through pictures.
- Check out 'Where These Roads Went' - the greatest trip to Cambodia you'll be glad you never went on.
- The Image of the Week tells its own story - just not every week because my kids keep asking to be fed.
- Click on the All Over The Road blog on the left for insights on stuff more important than Kanye West.
- And lots more killer content for you, from all over the road.
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** I have ten fingers but only two of them know how to type.
The rest just kind of hang out.