Tripadvisor? Part 2

The soap continues…

Tripadvisor has been taken off a couple of terrible shots from my page, shots not taken by photo cambodia or my clients…. Still a couple to go!!

And they gave me this answer…..

Dear TripAdvisor Listing Owner,

Thank you for expressing your concern about the following review:

Review Dispute: Angkor Wat – Photo Tours

Title: Mobile Photo Upload

ID#: 327512802

We have completed our investigation into your concern and have found that the photo(s) in question comply with our submission guidelines. The photo(s) that meet our guidelines will remain published on TripAdvisor.

If you have not already done so, we encourage you to use our management response feature which lets you respond to the review with photos and tell your side of the story. Your management response will appear alongside the review that the photos are posted under, so that travelers can read both perspectives.

For more helpful tips and information about our services including management responses, please visit the Management Center:

Your property is an important part of the TripAdvisor travel community and we appreciate your participation.

Best regards,

TripAdvisor Support Team


OK…. Siem Reap C (who ever that is…..) put these pics on my page and I will try to take them off a soon as possible…..

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To be continued…..


Moving Houses

Normally the floating houses of Mechrey move towards the big lake in January/February but this year, because of the pretty dry rainy season, they are changing their location right at this time. From the pagoda to the lake will take about 3 hours…
From today’s countryside tour with lovely people from Koblenz, Germany
(c) eric d vries 2015



Testing the last couple of days the brand new Fujinon XF 10-24mm
Another new lens for my Fuji’s since I switched from Nikon


This shot of the Bayon temple:
Fuji X-Pro1 / Fujinon XF 10-24 / ISO 250 / f8


Going Film?

Got myself 2 film cameras in perfect condition,

Olympus OM-1 with 35-70mm/f4 and Chinon CE-4 with 50mm/f1.9.


Going back to the ‘old days’… Well.. I thought! But here in Cambodia not a single film roll to get so I have to buy the rolls in Bangkok, Singapore or HongKong. Not a problem. It will get me out of the country once in a while…
So sometimes I will ask my clients to buy the film in their country (US, Australia, Europe) and bring them over. So this is what I need:

Kodak Professional Developer D-76 (goes in small 415 g bags)
Kodak Tmax 400 or Ilford FP4 or Ilford HP5 35mm rolls