Pure Relaxation

I may spend most of my life running around like crazy from school to work to food blogging to triathlon training, but I am pretty excellent at relaxing too, especially when a nice beach is involved. We found a basic, cheap room only about 1/4 mile from Serendipity beach, [...]

Khmer Cooking Class

I think cooking classes are one of the best ways to get to know the cuisine of an area. I love them so much, in fact, that I wrote this article about why I think they’re a great thing to do when you travel. I also love that a [...]

Angkor Wat and Beyond!

There’s a reason Angkor Wat gets thousands of visitors a year. It’s an absolutely amazing collection of ruins from the 9th-12th centuries, and we spent two exhausting days climbing around a bunch of ancient temples. I know, however, that my photographic prowess leaves a lot to be desired, and [...]

A little bit of history

Our second day in Phnom Penh was a little more somber than the first. I didn’t know much about the Khmer Rouge before we came here, other than that Pol Pot was the leader and killed thousands of people. To get a little more familiar with the history, we hired [...]

The next adventure: Phnom Penh!

Phnom Penh isn’t a long flight from Seoul but it feels like another world. We left the chilly fall weather of Korea and the heat and humidity outside the Phnom Penh airport was definitely kind of a shock! We took a taxi to Me Mates Place guesthouse, which I can’t [...]

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