While Cambodia’s relatively recent past is dark and grim, its ancient history provides an inspiring counterpoint. Over one thousand years ago, the Khmer empire was at the apex of its power and it controlled much of what is now Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam. All that now remains are the incredible temples of Angkor, and even in the hottest season they are crawling with tourists – including us.
Behold the majestic tarantula, king of spiders, and a mite tasty too, once you get the hang of it.
Maybe not a typical day, but we’d like to present a day in our lives as global travelers, here in Siem Reap, Cambodia: Continue reading
It always happens this way. You come to a place to see the major tourist attractions, but you stay longer (if you stay) because of the culture and and the community. So it was with Siem Reap. Continue reading