I recently had the opportunity to meet a really awesome person, Anya, who shares a lot of the same passion for travel and exploration that I do, and I’m very excited to announce that she will be contributing articles to […]
Being able to try new, different, weird, and/or traditional local foods is one of the reasons why I love to travel. I always have a few items on a list of things to try when I’m traveling, and usually end […]
The small town of Kep located on the southern coast of Cambodia is mainly known for its crab and in a province known for its pepper. It’s a sleep little town that doesn’t hit the radar for many people traveling through the area, but I think it is the hidden gem of Cambodia.
I needed to get from Siem Reap to Kep, Cambodia. It’s not a common route for people to take; most tourists are either headed to Phnom Penh or Sihanoukville. So, naturally, my bus route was Siem Reap -> Phnom Penh -> Sihanoukville -> Kep. It was meant to be something like a 14 hour bus ride, all combined, with just one bus change in Sihanoukville.
I am far from done booking 2015 travel, but so far the trips I have planned have been shaping up really nicely! Let’s take a look…. January 2015 I’m in Southeast Asia through mid-January. I spent the new year in Kep, Cambodia… […]
2014 Year in Review -I backpacked through Cambodia and Vietnam for 5 weeks… and I’m still working on the trip report 😛 –I met Marissa, who is now a contributing author on the blog -I visited a bunch of new […]
2 Trips. 6+ Bookings. 11+ Countries. 16+ Flights. Only $1,040.93. And Points. And I’ll be earning over 23,000 points across 3 programs. I have some pretty crazy travel coming up, mainly in December… but it all started because of a […]
Be Your Own Advocate5 Weeks in Asia: CostsA Quick Trip Out of FRAMoney Problems in Beijing72 Hour Visa Free Transit of BeijingScams in BeijingThe Angkor ExperienceThe VIP Sleeper Bus Experience in CambodiaSleepy Kep, CambodiaArranging Visas on the MoveThe Adventure of […]