My first sketch was at the Airport while we waited for our flight.
Unlike most of the houses in Cambodia, the upper house complex we stayed in was equipped with a fully functional toilet, warm heated water and air condition which were all very rare to have down there.The living room
In the streets of Phnom Penh, traffic lights and road signs were even rarer. Cars, motorbikes and bicycles went as they pleased. I sketched this quite road while sitting in the trunk of a van. See… absolutely no rules.
A Lone Street
While on the tour bus to Vietnam, I learned a few things. Lesson 1: Always bring toilet paper and some spare change for toilet fees… or don’t drink any water.
We visited Hoc Chi Minh, Da Lat and a few other places in Vietnam. Lesson 2: Holes in the ground are very trendy toilets in the countryside so don’t be offended.
The bus driver pulled a few stunts on our way up and down the mountains. We got back in one piece but unfortunately the truck ahead of us wasn’t so lucky and flipped to its side.
Waterfalls in Vietnam
A Mural at the Royal Palace in Cambodia
Food for thought...
More crunchy goodies.
The Fire Dance
Gigantic Tree Roots in Angkor Wat