My dear Misadventurists, It’s time to celebrate. We are finally back after some time away traveling and editing! Please enjoy this short video we put together of a particularly stunning sunset at Cam Ranh on the central Vietnam coast. Much more to come… Music: “Meditieren” by Lately Kind of Yeah. (c) 2018 Vulpiano Records. … More Video: Sunset at Cam Ranh, Vietnam
Relying on someone else to translate your thoughts while in another country can sometimes lead to hilarious moments, moments you might not even realize are hilarious until months later when you’re going through your footage with a different translator and those strange answers and odd looks you kept getting from your interview subject suddenly makes sense. … More Lost and wading through Translation
Here’s another Video Snapshot for our beautiful followers. Bokor Mountain Hill Station in Kampot province, Cambodia, was built by the colonial French as a resort for their brass at the top of a 3,200 ft peak in the Elephant Mountains. In the next decades various occupiers used the run-down shell as a strategic outpost to spy … More VIDEO SNAPSHOT: Motoring Bokor NP, Cambodia
Fellow Misadventurists, Good news! We have an update worth reporting regarding the first episode of “A Wedding of Cultures” . As some of you may know, we experienced a bit of trouble finding a suitable translator for the Khmer Wedding pilot episode of our Web series. But after a few false starts, we’ve finally found … More Webseries Update: Translation almost complete!
This final installment in our serial short film – “Three Temples, Part IV: Ta Prohm” – takes us on a rather hallucinatory journey through the final temple the Misadventurists explored on their visit to Angkor Wat. Immortalized by the Tomb Raider films, Ta Prohm is an atmospheric, tumble-down wonder that can only be reached via … More VIDEO – Three Temples, Part IV: Ta Prohm
Hi Misadventurists – time for Part III of our serialized short, “Three Temples”! This episode takes you through Bayon, the one-time center of Angkor Thom – and otherwise known as the Temple of Faces (you’ll soon see why…) Shot by Stax and Beej. Edited by Stax. Narrated by Beej.
As promised, we bring you Part II of our new serialized short film. Three Temples: Sunrise over Angkor Wat is set just after the previous intro we posted, on the grounds of the main temple at Angkor as the sun rises and the day heats up. Enjoy! Produced, Filmed and Edited by Stacy Libokmeto. All … More VIDEO: Three Temples, Part II: Sunrise Over Angkor Wat
A lot of the experiences we’ve had traveling the world are easy to classify and relate to people who haven’t been to those places. But ask us about Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument on Earth – visible from space with the naked eye – created by the visionary leaders of the Hindu Khmer … More VIDEO: Three Temples, Part I: Before Dawn
In Ho Chi Minh City, we stayed in the fabulous Vy Khanh guesthouse in Pham Ngu Lao. Vy and her family were kind and generous to us, and the neighborhood was a ton of fun. There will be a longer update about Saigon later (after more Cambodia goodies, of course!) This is just a taste … More Video Snapshot: Waking up in Pham Ngu Lao, HCMC
Continued from Siem Reap: A Very Long Ride After our long journey by bus and tuk tuk, we find ourselves at the Happy Guesthouse, at the end of Street 20 in Siem Reap. Tons of other hostels and guesthouses surround it buty they don’t diminish its secluded and serene atmosphere: a yellow cement three-story structure … More Siem Reap: Happy at the Happy Guesthouse