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Ketchup Series #1 – Tomb Raiding at Angkor Wat

As mentioned in the introduction to this three-part “Ketchup Series”, I’m taking you back a little to fill in the blanks since our last post about Phnom Penh, Cambodia. From Phnom Penh we hopped on an afternoon mini bus to Siem Reap, the city where the ancient temples of Angkor are found. The drive was [...]

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The Ketchup Series

It’s come to my attention that with Skott in his ten day silence retreat and myself living up the bliss of Bali with my sister and her friend, our blog posts have come to a bit of a stand still. So this is just a very quick post to promise all of our family, our [...]

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Forecast Calls For Scattered Travellers With a Chance of Orangutans and Enlightenment

It took her 285 days, but Shawna has finally come to her senses and decided to leave me behind in Thailand. At least for a little while… We have spent most of March exploring Chiang Mai, Bangkok, and the beaches of Southern Thailand with Shawna’s sister Carly, and her friend Marissa. From elephant rides to [...]

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Rock Climbing, Monkeys, and Buckets On My Birthday

I really don’t think there is much else to add that the title of this post – it pretty much says it all! It was an awesome day on the Thai Island of Koh Phi Phi. Our afternoon was rigorous one – as the four of us went rock climbing, something none of us had [...]

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Photo Blog – The Brighter Side of Phnom Penh

Our post the other day on the Cambodian Genocide was a grim one for obvious reasons. It is a mind-numbing tragedy that cannot be overlooked when you travel through Phnom Penh, or anywhere in Cambodia. But, it is important to know that there is another side to the city. Today in Cambodia, despite the horrors [...]

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Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum & the Killing Fields of Phnom Penh, Cambodia

On April 17, 1975, Cambodia emerged from five years of invasion, bombardment, and civil war when its capital, Phnom Penh, fell to the guerrilla armies known as the Khmer Rouge which had been besieging it since the beginning of the year. The city’s population included over one million refugees, driven from their homes in rural [...]

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