Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia, has a lot going on. From beautiful temples, the idyllic royal balance, and a contemporary history filled with death. The Royal Palace S21 Genocide Museum and Killing Fields of Choeung Ek Wat Phnom Tuk Tuk for the Day
Disclaimer: I’ve been way worse at this whole blogging thing than I had hoped. Going to start posting photos and key points as I go and then back track with full info when I get some time. Angkor Wat, built during the early 12th century by Khmer King Suryavarman II, is a massive complex temples […]
Known for heavy forests, mountains, and waterfalls, Kanchanaburi Province is a nature lovers paradise. Kanchanaburi is the western most region of Thailand, sharing a large section of its border with Myanmar. One of the largest attractions in the area is Erawan National Park and the seven-tiered waterfall that shares it’s name.
At 9 am a group of mostly strangers, from at least 6 different countries, met at a closed coffee shop to climb a mountain together. The mountain is Doi Suthep, standing at just over 1600 meters tall. There’s a group in Chiang Mai called the Walkers and Talkers and that is how our group of […]
I can’t even begin to explain how amazing this week was. Spending time observing these beautiful, intelligent, peaceful creatures was such an incredible experience. I am so grateful that these animals have advocates and a place to live the rest of their lives in comfort at Elephant Nature Park.