I’m about to be very real here. It’s not a story of excitement and adventure, or the type of travel to be jealous of, but the story of weak moments and slight embarrassment. My year in Korea was brilliant as it was devastating. It was my first time away from home, and it took me a few months to . . .
There's something about Cambodia that sticks with you--I can attest to that since I've written about it a few times before: Time out in Kampot, Cambodia My Southeast Asia Itinerary: Exploring Cambodia and Thailand Wandering in Angkor There's so much to say about this country that pulls . . .
I’m looking down a seemingly unending chasm of steep, stone steps. Patterns of ruts appear in expected places, footprints made permanent through time and erosion. Somehow, during the climb up to the top of this temple ruin, I failed to realize I’d have to make my way back down those steps with no . . .
Backpacking through Southeast Asia is becoming a rite of passage for young travelers. The budget is on point, the landscape is beautiful, and the culture is rich and diverse. Not to mention the food--you can't forget the joyous thing that is Southeast Asian cuisine. Any type of traveler can find a . . .
Cambodia can hit you hard. It is a place of beauty and pain, a reality that slaps you in the face. To this day, the scent of rotting fruit and exhaust reminds me of Phnom Penh, where children run naked on the streets and skip school to sell bracelets to tourists. This isn't the whole country, nor . . .