Feature Friday Photo: Friday, August 15, 2014

Monks WEB Morning Alms-Giving in Battambang, Cambodia

It was only after a few weeks of roaming around Northern Cambodia that I actually learned about alms-giving. I had the opportunity to ask my trusty tuk tuk driver and new found friend about the various customs that I had been observing. He explained that every morning, the Monks would walk around town in a single file line with pots draped in their linen, to allow the community to give them rice as a form of alms-giving.

A Visionary Rebuilding Education in Cambodia

A Visionary Rebuilding Education in Cambodia

CSC teaching

Sambath was my tuk tuk driver. I met him as I was struggling to get off the rickety boat upon my arrival in Battambang, Cambodia. He started as my tour guide and eventually became my friend, as I became more and more intrigued about his life and home country. I later learned that he is a young man who is passionately striving to improve education in Cambodia, which is a story that I just couldn’t wait to share: Read more

The best ways to get around in Southeast Asia

The best ways to get around in Southeast Asia

 

airplaneForget about airplanes! Flying is often more expensive, time consuming and essentially the dull alternative to getting around Southeast Asia. Stick to land transport – it’s a money and time saver, as well as an adventure at the very least!

Here are the Best Ways to get Around Southeast Asia without Flying:

 

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My Top 10 Travel Memories

My Top 10 Travel Memories

After travelling for so many years, it’s a bit difficult to single out my favourite travel memory…

I managed to narrow it down to my Top Ten Travel Memories:

Twelve Apostles - Melbourne, Australia
Twelve Apostles – Melbourne, Australia

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