Cambodia

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When I came home from Southeast Asia, everyone wanted to know what I thought about it. And it was mostly easy to tell them:…
Just outside the Cambodian city of Battambang lies a set of railroad tracks. These tracks have long since seen real train carriages running on…
When you think of visiting Cambodia as a tourist, what’s the first image that comes to mind? I’ll bet that, for most of you,…
When it comes to learning about a new culture, I’m a big believer that food is a major part of the learning process. How, when,…
Throughout the course of history, people have done horrible things to other people. We have invaded, pillaged, destroyed, and claimed other lands. We have…
In recent posts I have talked about how I am a bit lost right now in terms of knowing precisely the direction life is taking, and each time I sit to write, that single truth stands out above the rest. I am in a transition, and those feelings and thoughts manifest in my writing; when […]
Looking for tips on what to do in Phnom Penh? As part of our city guides series, we interviewed Tammy Lowe who has lived in Phnom Penh for 9 months with her husband who both came as volunteers to work in the international Read more >
At the time of traveling through Cambodia in 2002, it was the poorest country Craig and I had ever been to. What really impressed us as we spent more time in Australia was the radiating happiness of the people and Read more >
Two weeks ago I was playing around on Facebook as a way to procrastinate the real work I should have been doing when a chat window popped up – from a sweet young woman I met at the orphanage in Cambodia where I volunteered more than a year and a half ago. Many of the […]

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