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Cambodia

As you may know, I’m in Cambodia! This trip was a long planned escape from Koh Tao’s long and gloomy monsoon season to explore Laos (first time for both of us) and of course Cambodia (first time for Mark). Our plan for the trip was to move slowly, be flexible and be adventurous. At the last…

This week we’re back to voting, because Mark and I were bickering over which photo is best and we decided to leave it to you guys. Of course we put a small wager on what would be the winner…. Photo A A boy rowing a boat during my tour of the Tonle Sap River with Tara…

Surprise! I’m in Cambodia. I’ve loved this country since my first visit in 2009, and I’ve been smiling for two days straight since we arrived. I have so much to say about Cambodia already, but I’ve got a few more Thailand posts for you first. Lots to look forward to around here! The best way to…

My First Eleven Foreign Countries thumbnail

Bloggers love lists. They are easy and fun to write, they do well in search engines, and they get good responses.  Recently, flipping through my passport in anticipation of my upcoming trip to Spain, I realized I had surpassed my 10th foreign country without even acknowledging the milestone! I was already at eleven. Maybe not such…

Georgetown Grand Cayman

Looking at my calendar from this summer, I can’t believe how much is blocked out under “Family in Town.” On my flight down to Cayman, I already knew my mom was coming down to visit soon. Little did I know at the time my dad, sister, cousin and her husband would soon be buying tickets to…

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For my trip to Cambodia with my Father, I did extensive research into hotels in each city we visited. While I was traveling Southeast Asia for a summer, he was only coming for two weeks and I wanted to make sure it was a special trip. We used 50USD a night as our guideline and that…

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Cambodian wedding party What I Did: 4 nights in Siem Reap, 3 nights in Phnom Penh, 3 nights in Kep Overall: I was curious about visiting a country to recently coming out of such a brutal war but the residual effects I saw were small, money notes were very clean and new, as all the currency had been…

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