Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from travel writer Kristin Addis. The piping hot day in Siem Reap, Cambodia, becomes ever more noticeable as the wind stops grazing the skin and the tuk-tuk comes to a halt outside of the gates of the extraordinary ruins of Angkor Wat. Perhaps you’ve waited your whole lifeContinue reading “The truth about child labor in Cambodia”
The little boy’s face in front of me is smeared with dirt, coupled with snot. But, he doesn’t care. Instead, he pushes his tiny, dark face closer to me. Closer to my lens, and smiles big. Click. I turn the camera towards him, displaying his chubby little face for him to see and he eruptsContinue reading “The faces of Ratanakiri”
It is pitch black when Lek knocks on the door of my room at the guest house. “Ok, we go,” she says softly through the wood. “The elephants are ready.” I’m up. Today — this morning — we are on a mission: to rescue two female elephants from their lives of work and deliver themContinue reading “To rescue elephants”
A remote province in Cambodia, Ratanakiri has some of the most beautiful children living in its small villages.
Cambodia. If you asked me a year ago, I never would have thought I would make it there. But, life changes and as an expat in Thailand, I get to do a lot of things (like heading to Bali), which I originally never thought possible. In October, I headed to Cambodia for work (Save ElephantContinue reading “Daily Wanderlust: A market in Siem Reap”
Editor’s Note: While I am preparing to leave Las Vegas, embark on an epic cross-country road trip exploring America and relocate to Thailand to become an expat, I have opened my blog to special guest posts from travel bloggers I love. This is a guest post written by Alexandra Pucherelli. I am a self-proclaimed sunset junkie! There is somethingContinue reading “Daily Wanderlust: Koh Rong, Cambodia”