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Nathan and Sophie bring us visions of Cambodia opposite ends of the spectrum. On the one hand the degradation of Toul Sleng prison in Phnom Penh. On the other, the temples and tourists of Angkor Wat.

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Cambodia lies smack dab in the middle of the well worn Southeast Asia travelers trail. Unfortunately, all most people see of this country is a quick pass of the famous temples of Angkor and the crowded streets of Phnom Penh. Why not stick around and join in one of the many volunteer opportunities there are? Or head down to Sihanoukville to soak up some sun before heading further South to Vietnam.

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Joshywashington

Joshywashington is a Travel Media Ninja from Seattle who enjoys writing, climbing trees and strong coffee.

  • http://www.aswetravel.com Nathan – As We Travel

    Thank you so much for sharing our videos with your readers – glad you enjoyed them! :)

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KZBOOXAFDA2OYBOFCTAXJJGU5A Juno Mclaughlin

    nice videos :)
    I love to travel too..that is a lesson my parents passed on to me. When we were young, we would always set some weekend off and for sighseeing adventures. It is a great way to relax and get some time off this tough life.
    http://touringbuddy.com/

  • Dragan Tapšanov

    Love it!

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