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Luang Prabang
May 28, 2014
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Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang We finally reached Luang Prabang and I was never so happy to get off that boat. It turns out that 2 days on a boat is a really long time if it’s not a cruise-ship. One day would’ve sufficed! Luang Prabang is an ancient city peppered with temples on every corner while monks […]

Temples, Temples and More Temples!
May 17, 2014
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Temples, Temples and More Temples!

I had paid for a 3 day pass for the temples and although I was not looking forward to the heat, I wanted to see all I could and go BACK to Angkor Wat and so I could enjoy it KNOWING it was Angkor Wat. That day, we left around 9AM so the heat was […]

(No) Fun In The Sun
May 17, 2014
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(No) Fun In The Sun

After the sunrise at Angkor Wat my driver took me to some other famous temples that day. Even though I was touring at 7AM in the morning, the heat was enough to make you faint. On top of that, shoulders and legs must be covered when going to the temples as a sign of respect […]

Angkor Wat??
May 17, 2014
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Angkor Wat??

Angkor Wat is the main temple in Siem Reap. There are literally hundreds of others that are located in and around but that one is the “creme de la creme”. This was probably in the top 3 on my bucket list. Because it is so grandiose, I’d read that it’s best not to see it […]

My Drive To Ubud
April 6, 2014
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My Drive To Ubud

After Seminyak I decided to head to Ubud, one of the most well-known cities in all of Bali. I heard there were some cool sights inbetween the 2 cities so I hired a driver for the day to take me around before dropping me off in Ubud. We first went to Tanah Lot, a temple […]

Sikh And Ye Shall Find
January 10, 2014
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Sikh And Ye Shall Find

We recently went to Amritsar, a northeast city in India on the border of Pakistan (only one country away from Afghanistan…..yikes). This city is home to the Sikh (pronounced seek) religion as well as the Golden Temple, the holiest place for them. Think of it as the Vatican for Catholics. I had wanted to learn […]