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  • Lizard alarm clock and a rainbow welcomeI'm in Thailand now. The transition here was interesting, and I've finally had some time to reflect and regroup my thoughts. My last day in Phnom Penh was fine, but lonely. Whoever said "Oh you'll meet people everywhere Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 26, 2017
  • Happy goodbyes and angry hellosSo, after thinking it through, I decided to stay in Kampot for a couple extra days, including moving into my own room for a little privacy and to get away from a creepy but seemingly harmless dude in my dorm. Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 22, 2017
  • Reckless AbandonSo much happens in a day here that it's hard to keep up. I have to keep taking days off to catch up on photos and blogging and planning. One day of fun, one day of calm. Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 19, 2017
  • New friends and firefliesI did so many things yesterday! I was gone from 8 AM to 10 PM, and then slept a million hours. Today I'm just relaxing, catching up photos and blog, chatting, etc. Yesterday I booked a tour to Bokor Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 16, 2017
  • Kampot save my soulWell, I've arrived in Kampot, my new favorite place ever. I didn't realize the town is about the same population size as Helena, but as we rolled into town on the tiny bus it immediately felt more like Siem Reap Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 15, 2017
  • Ancient ruins, Godzilla, and a circus Oh dear, so I have a lot to catch up on from the last several days. There hasn't been a lot of down time to sit down and write, or even think. Also, randomly, my blog posts are getting Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 13, 2017
  • A million little thingsOkay, lots to talk about! First, I forgot to tell you that I most definitely saw a neon green butterfly. I chased it around for a few minutes like a crazy person, but it flitted away without me Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 9, 2017
  • Same same but differentWell, it's 4 AM again and I'm awake. Just me and the dogs in the neighborhood that I can't seem to find for cuddles but are now howling. I guess this is just when I write blogs now. Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 6, 2017
  • Groceries and monsoonsAfter my adventure two days ago, I decided to give myself the day off yesterday. I told myself I would go to the market a few blocks away for some groceries (gotta save that $$), and maybe do a Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 4, 2017
  • Travel lessons I've already learnedSo it's been a hot second since I left, but I've already learned some valuable travel things. I will share them now, because yet again I'm awake super early because I slept through the evening. I'm apparently adjusting to Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 3, 2017
  • OmensIt's 5 AM and I've been awake for hours thanks to good old jet lag. I tried laying down and resting more, but it's not in the stars today. It's also the only time of day that it's Posted by NinjaLlama in Saudade & Cynefin | May 2, 2017
  • Stop 13 - SihanoukvilleOur next stop takes us to the little beach town of Sihanoukville...or schnookville because we don't know how to pronounce it. All reports said this place was a dive. Too much rubbish and a seedy underbelly. But as we needed Posted by carlagregory in 2017 Waite World Tour | Apr 9, 2017
  • Impressive, but crowded templesWe had taken our lesson from the first day sightseeing not to start sightseeing too late in an attempt to avoid the midday heat. Consequently, we went for breakfast at 6:30am and headed out with Mr. Tommy already at 7am. Today Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Apr 4, 2017
  • Stop 12 - Phmon PenhA brief 2 day stop in Phmon Penh. Day one we spent touring the city by foot and visited the museum and looked at the palace from the outside. This time we chose not to enter the palace....not because we were Posted by carlagregory in 2017 Waite World Tour | Apr 3, 2017
  • Stop 11 - Siem ReapWith Chiang Mai done we jumped on a bus and headed back to Bangkok to then get on another bus and cross the border to Cambodia. 20 hours of bus travel made for 4 irritable people. If you can spend Posted by carlagregory in 2017 Waite World Tour | Apr 3, 2017
  • Temples in the jungle Siem Reap greeted us with hot, humid weather. We had thought that we had acclimatized well in Phnom Penh, but soon realized that Siem Reap’s heat was much less bearable. The solution was easy: once Mr. Tommy (our tuk tuk Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Apr 2, 2017
  • Cambodia 🇰🇭 ==Cambodia 🇰🇭 March 26-28== History....the good, the bad and the sad. Cambodians speak the language Khmer and consider themselves Khmer people. Cambodia began with the marriage of a princess and a foreigner who was an Indian Brahman (or so the story Posted by ohansn in Liv travels here, there, and everywhere | Mar 31, 2017
  • Cambodian countrysideHaving seen a fair share of city life, we felt the urge to get out of town and to discover more of the countryside. So we booked a tour to check it out. The first part of the tour brought Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Mar 28, 2017
  • Quick stop in CambodiaTraveling always makes me step out of my comfort zone. It makes me do things differently than I do at home. I feel comfortable to just go places alone, I become much more willing to approach complete strangers and strike Posted by elliehirch in Travel, She Wrote | Mar 27, 2017
  • Exploring Phnom PenhOur first full day in Phnom Penh started already as good as it gets. The hotel featured a fabulous breakfast buffet – a treat we’ve not experienced since the start of our journey almost one year ago. Despite the excellent Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Mar 25, 2017
  • A full week in Phnom Penh? Why that? Getting from Auckland to South East Asia, is fairly easy and cheap. With AirAsia serving the region so well, we were able to get to Phnom Penh in Cambodia for less money than the one way flight from Sydney to Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Mar 24, 2017
  • Getting back to Phnom Penh I rode my bike back to Sihanoukville. I had a fresh homemade english muffin sandwich, and I found a guy with the Weezer logo shaved into the back of his head. I took the bus back to Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 5, 2017
  • Relaxing day on Otres beach 1 We had some nice relaxing times on the beach. I really needed it, I was super tired. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint. Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 5, 2017
  • Otres beach with Jack I rented another bike and went to go explore some beaches. There was a really nice one called Independence beach and when I got there I stayed for the rest of the day. I had a delicious Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 5, 2017
  • The worst hostel in the world I decided to put an end to these sand flies everywhere, so I left in the morning to go to Sihanoukville, which would be my last stop. I had found out that a fellow TravelPod blogger was Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 5, 2017
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