After re-visiting my original blog post that I had written shortly after my time in Siem Reap with the intentions of improving and re-posting, I decided that no words could do this justice. My first week traveling solo, adapting to the scorching heat and humidity and with no clue of what I was doing or […]
Throughout Cambodia there are clear signs of the Khmer Rouge and the destruction and chaos that they brought to Cambodian people. My main reason for visiting Phnom Penh was to learn about the history and to visit the killing field. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the story of the Khmer Rouge I […]
Siem Reap, Cambodia is full of bugs. Within my first few minutes of being in Cambodia I discovered these bugs. Cambodia is full of many insects, big and small, but this particular bug experience I felt was worth sharing. I was in a taxi with two other people and the driver heading from the Thailand/Cambodia […]
GUEST ENTRY- ALICE JACKMAN One of the things that can get you through the re-entry depression after months of travelling is getting the opportunity to talk about all the amazing experiences you had while you were away. If anyone so much as asks how your trip went you immediately (and no doubt, annoyingly) turn into […]
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