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Impressions of Cambodia by MidlifeBackpackers.
Our first trip to, and impressions of Cambodia Visiting Cambodia for the first time, our impressions of Cambodia revolved mainly around the people. It was plain to see that more than anything else, the beauty of Cambodia lies in its people. The Khmer, or Cambodian people, have been through a terrible period in history. We … Continue reading
Guest Apartment progress report.
Guest Apartment Progress. Progress to the guest apartment has been swift over the last few weeks. The last few weeks have been trying for us. We were supposed to leave for a 6 weeks backpacking trip through Thailand, Vietnam & Cambodia. Instead, we ended up staying at home. The reason being, that in January this … Continue reading
Self Catering apartment progress
The self catering apartment progress is going well. The MidlifeBackpacker self catering luxury apartment is nearing completion. Most of the building completed. All that remains to be done is the external outside landscape finishes and parking. Internal furniture also needs attending to. As you can see in the progress video clip at the bottom of … Continue reading
Thailand backpacking expenditure-2015
Recording our Thailand backpacking expenditure To keep track of our Thailand backpacking expenditure while on the road, we used a free app called “Expense Manager”. This app makes it fairly fast & easy to input travel costs on an Android device. There are different categories as well as sub categories that you can create as … Continue reading
Luxury Budget Accomodation for midlifebackpackers
A good friend and family member explained the phrase “slackpacking” to us, as being backpacking, but with more creature comforts. Accomodation in 3 star hotels & resorts, would therefore qualify as being suitable to slackpackers. Hostels would be suited more for backpackers. We’ll just stick to calling ourselves “midlifebackpackers”. Because we have never really been … Continue reading
Nai Yang Beach resort
Found this lovely resort less than 2 km’s from the airport. At a budget price of ZAR 442 for the two of us. A few hundred meters from Nai Yang beach. Quite a luxury for a backpacking trip though, but I think we’ll need this 1st night to be in comfort after the long flight … Continue reading