Kingdom of Cambodia 2020: Part 6 – Does This Considered as Healthy Morning Breakfasts?

cambodia food breakfast

(The fried noodles for breakfast is nothing new for me – I often have the same for breakfast back in Malaysia too. However, I appreciate the breakfast here as they provide a lot of vegetables even for breakfast and these vegetable dishes were well prepared indeed).

Continuing the Cambodia adventure, this post will be on breakfast as we started our self-isolation for 14 days and on the 13th day, we suppose to go for our 2nd COVID19 test.… [Click to read the rest] “Kingdom of Cambodia 2020: Part 6 – Does This Considered as Healthy Morning Breakfasts?”

Kingdom of Cambodia 2020: Part 5 – Self Isolation & Great Malaysian Food

covid19 cambodia

The problem with foreigners in Cambodia during the time of a pandemic is that there is very little information available for them to know what is going on and what the next step will be. Often it is left to one’s own assumptions and “google” findings to know what to do next.… [Click to read the rest] “Kingdom of Cambodia 2020: Part 5 – Self Isolation & Great Malaysian Food”

Kingdom of Cambodia 2020: Part 3 – First Mandatory COVID19 Test & Cosy Quarantine

hotel cambodia quarantine

Continuing the Cambodian adventure, our pockets were literally empty by the time we finished paying the USD3,000 at the airport and went to the immigration counter to submit our passport and all the relevant forms.

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Trip to Cape Verde 2019: Part 4 – Chaos, Impatience Passengers At Airport

cape verde lisbon chaos tap return

(Chaos, confusion, uncertainty at Lisbon airport when we suppose to be in Cape Verde, we have a problem when adding impatient passengers into the equation)

The Cape Verde flight passengers started to assemble closer and rumours & assumptions started to fly – some passengers especially those with small children became restless.… [Click to read the rest] “Trip to Cape Verde 2019: Part 4 – Chaos, Impatience Passengers At Airport”

Trip to Brunei – Conclusion

I woke up early at about 8 am despite setting my alarm to sound at 10 am.

Despite the fact that I hanged a “Don’t Disturb” sign on the door knob, the housekeeping ladies still had to ring on the bell and shout “Housekeeping”. That woke me up – damn those hotel staff who can’t read simple English!… [Click to read the rest] “Trip to Brunei – Conclusion”

Trip to Brunei – Part 3

It is said that 97% of Brunei’s income comes from the oil & gas industry

It is therefore is not a big surprise that there seems to be a lack of tourism spots and opportunity in the city. Having said, it does not mean Brunei is not trying to promote its tourism sector, something that they will need when the oil runs out one day.… [Click to read the rest] “Trip to Brunei – Part 3”

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