Koh Ker

Koh Ker Treks and Guesthouse

November 30, 2015
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We spent the night up in Koh Ker and while we were there we did a tour with Koh Ker Treks. This organization is run by two PLF graduates from Koh Ker School, Dieb and Ty. They grew up in Koh Ker village among all the local ruins and know the area intimately. Before going […]

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Koh Ker School, Cambodia and the Ponheary Ly Foundation

September 19, 2015
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One of the reasons we came to Cambodia on this trip was to check in with the Ponheary Ly Foundation, a wonderful non-profit we’ve been involved with for many years now. In fact, you can read about our previous trips to Cambodia and the time we’ve spent with the PLF here; 2002 (when we first met […]

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Why we came to Cambodia; Koh Ker School and Srayang Girl’s House

October 20, 2010
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October 5, 2010 Siem Reap to Koh Ker, Preah Vihear Provence, Cambodia Preah Vihear is on the border with Thailand and has a temple of which the ownership has long been contested between the two countries. Unesco declared Preah Vihear Temple as Cambodia’s second World Heritage site in 2009, but that has not discouraged even recent military skirmishes between the […]

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Where next and why: Cambodia 2010

August 16, 2010
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Usually when I haven’t seen someone for a while the first question I get is, “Where are you going on your next trip?” As I said on my previous post about choosing Panama, the reactions usually range from an incredulous “where?” to an excited “Oh, I love…” By now, when I say “Cambodia” people are not […]

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