Roving Jay

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Roving Jay
Adventures of a British expat and she navigates her way through living in Los Angeles and buying a house in Turkey
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  • Tops sights to see in Phnom Penh 1 month ago Wat Phnom (Wat Preah Chedey Borapaut) Of course there’s a huge array of temples to visit in Phnom Penh, but we opted to visit Wat Phnom. Not because it’s located in the middle of a busy roundabout and is considered the central point of Phnom Penh, but because it’s the tallest structure in the...
  • Phnom Penh Photo Diary 2 months ago Random Phnom Penh Photos As well as the photos I’ve included in my articles about Phnom Penh, I took a bunch of random images that caught my attention, so I wanted to include them together in a post to give you a sense of this Cambodian city and it’s residents. Vehicles and Road Photos River...
  • Touring S-21 Security Prison (Tuol Sleng Museum) 2 months ago Tuol Sleng Museum Known as Security Prison 21, Tuol Sleng Museum used to be a high school (Tuol Svay Prey High School) before it was taken over by Pol Pot’s security forces and turning into a detention centre to torturte Cambodia citizens before taking them to the Killing Fields to execute them,...
  • A reflective visit to The Killing Fields 2 months ago Must-see, Must-do Of all the places you can visit in Phnom Penh, you have to go to The Killing Fields and S-21 Security Prison. I know don’t seem likely candidates for a good day’s outing, but nothing gives you a better perspective of Cambodia’s recent history and turmoil, than experiencing...
  • Exploring Phnom Penh's Markets 2 months ago As with all of Cambodia’s towns, you’re never too far away from a market, and Phnom Penh is no exception. During our week in the capital we visited The Central Market twice, and I wrote about our visit in a previous post, and it was the most enjoyable, so if you only have time to go […] Featured Expat Blog Badge:

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Neale H.
00:27 AM July 29, 2013

Love this blog. It's a real patchwork quilt of content, but if you're a British Expat, it'll really talk to you. So glad to finally see this blog listed here. It's been around a while .. and think it'll continue to get better and better.

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