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3 Days & a Reflection Center

The morning rush in inevitable, it happens almost every day on this trip but the one 3 days ago was on an even stricter time crunch. That morning we planned on getting up completely packed to leave Phnom Penh so we could fly to Siem Reap, and although most were some weren’t which cost us […]

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Cambodia Cliff Diving

The sun dried hay pokes into my dirt covered feet as I catch my breath. With the sun beating down on me and my body visibly covered in sweat from the layer of humidity I rush forward into the abyss. The dry ground crunches underneath the weight of my rapidly advancing feet. The warm Cambodian […]

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The Lone Survivor

Day 2, seriously? We have done so much over the past two days that it feels like we have been here for a week. As like the first day, today was another one full of yin and yang. In the morning we took a short bus ride to Tuol Sleng Prison, a former high school […]

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Golden Temples & Sweaty People

Well after a struggling and dreary 19 hours on a plane & in an airport we finally arrived in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Exhausted to no end and jet lagged beyond belief ¬†we crawled into our beds at a beautiful little guest house nestled in a back alley. We awoke in the morning to a scorching […]

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