After my guided jungle trek yesterday, I wanted to spend a day on my motorbike seeing what I could see independently. My goal for the day would be a waterfall. Here is a photo essay of my day exploring the countryside around Sen Monoram, in remote Southeast Cambodia.

Motorbike repair shop in a dramatic place.
Motorbike repair shop in a dramatic place.
If you turn around during sunset, you can sometimes see some interesting effects.
If you turn around during sunset, you can sometimes see some interesting effects.
The water fall was quite impressive.
The water fall was quite impressive.
Cambodian tourists dress up and have their pictures taken at the waterfall.
Cambodian tourists dress up and have their pictures taken at the waterfall.
Traffic coming up the hill.
Traffic coming up the hill.
Bored kid at the pagoda.
Bored kid at the pagoda.
Driving up the hill.
Driving up the hill.
Going home.
Going home.
Twilight in the Cambodian countryside.
Twilight in the Cambodian countryside.
The sunsets are nice in Cambodia.
The sunsets are nice in Cambodia.
Terry
I'm Terry, former cubicle-dweller, and now traveler, photographer, writer, and entrepreneur. I quit my job in 2014 to travel to US national parks, then to South East Asia. I write about independent, flexible, long-term, budget travel. Sign up to my newsletter to get the latest news on what I'm up to. I hope you join me on my trek around the world.

2 comments

  1. It’s been awesome, Mike. It would be even more amazing to take the dirt roads between towns, and stay with local people.

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