Despite having misled Kamala and Samon’s Village about my motorbike riding skills, everything went just fine. On Day #1 we drove up to Bokor National Park, home to the old French Bokor Hill Station. The trip was incredibly beautiful and … Continue reading
The title is a bit misleading considering that Kampot is also paradise and my new favorite place. If there’s any place I could live in Cambodia, it is Kampot. Athough, I think I really could live many places here. Kampot … Continue reading
I’m going to follow up the bummer post about genocide with a nice story about sleeping in a tent! On a beach! The first part of this will be about the island, the end will be about how the island … Continue reading
NOTE: This post is lengthy and will be boring if you prefer my stories about eating bugs. If you’re not interested, skip to the photos. BUT! I will say that the history of Cambodia and some of the things I … Continue reading
In addition to eating the meat of “animal killed in forest,” the best part of Mondulkiri has been spending two days with the Elephant Valley Project. The Elephant Valley Project (EVP) is an ecotourism project run by the Elephant Livelihood … Continue reading
For the past four days I’ve been in the mountains of Cambodia. Sen Monorom is the capital of Mondulkiri Province and home to all sorts of outdoor activities in the jungle. Mondulkiri is also home to the Bunong Hill Tribe … Continue reading
I planned one month to see Cambodia. “Just 30 days!” I told people.
…and other transportation near-woes. (NOTE: This post will not be very picture-heavy because there isn’t a lot of room to have your camera at the ready when you’re jammed between people. These cell phone pictures will have to be okay … Continue reading
I am SO behind here and I apologize to those of you that have been sitting at the screen WAITING for my next post. In the time you haven’t heard from me I have been having BBQs with ex-pats, riding … Continue reading
In an effort to keep you all interested in this blog despite the fact that you have real lives with real jobs and real babies, I’m going to try just telling you about Battambang using photos.