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“True Villages”
June 14, 2014
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“True Villages”

My guesthouse was owned by a 27 year old Loas girl and her 23 year old husband from Sweden. What in the heck was a Swedish boy doing in this town? They had a 3 year old child and the wife was due in about another month with their second. Without asking too many questions, […]

Muang Ngoi
May 28, 2014
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Muang Ngoi

A friend of mine told me that if I had the time I should try to make it north to a small village called Muang Ngoi. It was 3 hours by car from Luang Prabang and from there I would have to take a small boat for another hour in order to access the village. […]

From One Extreme To Another
May 26, 2014
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From One Extreme To Another

You can’t go to Thailand and not see a traditional Muy Thai boxing match. I was going from one extreme to another, one night watching a ladyboy show and the next watching an aggressive-style form of boxing. I had no idea what to expect and that was probably a good thing or I might not […]

Children of Cambodia
May 17, 2014
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Children of Cambodia

Over 40% of the population in Cambodia is under the age of 18 due to the dark years during the Pol Pot reign. Here are just a few of the beautiful faces that I met along the way.

Water Babies
April 22, 2014
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Water Babies

The children who lived on Gili Meno were absolutely adorable. Everyday around 5pm they would splash around on the beach. None of them had bathing suits so they would either swim in their clothes or go in their birthday suits! Most of their moms’ were the ladies who sold fruit on the beach. I loved […]

Locked Up Abroad
April 1, 2014
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Locked Up Abroad

So I recently found out that my second day in Bali was a national holiday called Nyepi. Nyepi is the Balinese Hindu new year and is a national day of silence, meaning no one is allowed to be outside or you are detained and fined!! So I spent my second day in Bali inside the […]