we put a couple of EED stickers on the bike because we were told the police won't bother us if they see a sticker from a foreign organization (not that I've seen any police here anyway)....I get spoken to in German all the time by tourists who recognize the organization and assume I speak German. Jenny does. She speaks German, Swiss-German, English, French, Italian and some Thai.
Working in Cambodia March 31st 2007 This is a copy of a recent email (with a few minor edits) I sent to my friends at Intercambio de Comunidades in Boulder. AFTER reading my blog, you should check them out at www.intercambioweb.org - They are great people who are amazing at what they do. *** I've been thinking about you guys and figured it was time to write and say hi.... So I left on my Southeast Asia adventure in mid-Janu ... read more
Asia » Cambodia » North » Battambang Most Cambodians consider themselves to be Khmers, whose Angkor Empire extended over much of Southeast Asia and reached its zenith between the 10th and 13th centuries. Subsequently, attacks by the Thai and Cham (from present-day Vietnam) weakened the ... ... read more
Welcome to my travel blog. It's taken me entirely too long to get started with this - partly because I don't particularly like writing, especially about myself - partly because I'm lazy - partly because I can't be bothered by the dizzyingly slow internet here in smalltown Asia - but mostly because I am having entirely too much fun exploring SE Asia's incredible people, food, energy, and other cultural wonders. But for my mom's sake and anyone else who actually cares what I am up to, I will attempt to periodically provide something of substance. I'm very happy to share some of my travel exp... full info