The people I met and passed by in Cambodia had one thing in common: they smiled. Everywhere people are smiling and laughing, the happiness is infectious! I remember walking along the Mekong river one evening in Kampong Cham, the air was warm and the streets were bustling with people, and every single local we passed … Read moreCambodia: Land Of Smiles (Part One)
I think that train travel in South East Asia is great for one reason only: it provides a smooth ride. Buses and cars out there don’t have the best suspension and the roads are scattered with pot holes, so the best way to travel is by train, especially if you want to catch up on … Read moreBangkok to Siem Reap
During my globe-trotting escapades last summer with my partner in crime Kayleigh, we encountered a wide variety of challenges. I’ve already covered our monstrous journey from Taman Negara to the Perhentians, but there’s plenty more to tell! After a few days in paradise and a difficult journey up to Bangkok (I’ll tell you about that another … Read moreLandslides and how to overcome them, literally.