We woke up one morning at 4:30 AM and rode our bikes to the beach to catch a glimpse of sunrise. It was Spectacular.
Archives for May 2012
These travel days are never easy to get through but also important to understand the country you are visiting. We spent the day at the S-21 Khmer Rouge prison and the Choeung Ek “Killing Fields” in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Learning about the tragedy and pain inflicted by the deranged Khmer Rouge is enough to make you […]
The Khmer Rouge controlled Cambodia from 1975 – 1979. In just 4 years upwards of 2 million people died from execution, starvation or disease.
*Post update: The OneWorld RTW tickets have been discontinued. No, seriously. I bought 14 flights for $346. Many people have asked me, “How can you afford to go on such a huge trip???” or “I wish I had the money to travel around the world.” It may sound like a ridiculously expensive and foolish thing to do, but it doesn’t […]
Dave and Deb wanted to know what changed you? When did travel become not just a break from regular life but a lifestyle? We responded with our own travel inspiration and it’s posted up on The Planet D. A small excerpt from the post: It’s 3:30 PM. I’ve already put in 80 hours this week, and it’s only […]
Relaxing on the beach in Nha Trang, Vietnam
Would You Rather… Have the superpower to: understand any language? or be able to teleport yourself to any destination?
I spent my 2 nights in Vang Vieng alternating between my guesthouse bed and the bathroom.
It wasn’t what you think.
Our Thai visa ended two days before the start of Songkran when we were in Chiang Mai. Most travelers would have done the sensible thing, a quick visa run to the border, and then back to Chiang Mai to celebrate the New Year in one of the most exciting Thai cities for the celebration. It […]
Elephant at Angkor Wat, Cambodia