The Location This apartment is in a great location on Street 110, between Phsar Chas (Old Market) and 19th Street. Anything you could possibly want can be found within stepping distance, be it from Phsar Chas itself, or the myriad of other specialty shops—all crammed together amid the unfiltered sights, sounds and smells of […]
While looking for picture references I came across this vintage photograph titled Angkor Wat (Circa 1866). Cambodia. After I started cleaning it up I noticed this dude in the boilersuit, wearing what looks like a hard hat. Now, the photo is old, maybe early 1900’s and has the photographers’ name is in the bottom left corner but […]
This is a Cambodian poster I haven’t come across before and I have a big collection. This sample may be washed out with age or the artist had discovered some of the locals secrets. The area around the waterfall is much greener as I remember it like the photograph below. The birthplace of the ancient […]
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Cambodia Vintage B&W Film Footage ~ Phnom Penh in 1965 Phnom Penh is pretty much still the same today, in terms of what people are doing in everyday life. But with a much larger population. Somehow it seems like people were more sophisticated then. At that time Phnom Penh was known as “The Pearl of […]
There are two cows standing in a field. The first cow says to the other, “I was artificially inseminated this morning.” The second cow replies, “No way, I don’t believe you.” The first says, “It’s true, no bull.” A farmer friend of mine has just told me he’s managed to cross a cow with a […]
City of Ghosts is a 2002 American crime thriller film co-written, directed by and starring Matt Dillon. It’s about a con artist who must go to Cambodia to collect his share of money from an insurance scam. The film was made in Cambodia, in locations that include Phnom Penh and the Bokor Hill Station.