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”
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Daily Wanderlust: The children of Ratanakiri
A remote province in Cambodia, Ratanakiri has some of the most beautiful children living in its small villages.