Category: Cambodia

“When you’re this tall”

The sun had just set and the sky had that kind of glow that made everything seem cinematic.  It was

Dolphins, Diving and Drugs

Kratie, the sleepy provincial capital where I have been staying for the past three weeks, has a surprising number of

Opportunity Knocks

There are just two months left in this year abroad, and the end seems to be coming at a fast

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

These could not possibly be the same kids I was playing Uno and Legos with all afternoon.  Not the ones

Privileges of a White Traveler with a Blue Passport

I’ve been in Cambodia for over a week now and have started volunteering at an English program in Kratie, a

A Tale of Two Cities

It’s hard to believe it’s been three weeks since Vicky Ann and I visited Angkor Wat, considered by many to

The Killing Fields

The blood stains on the tile floor had been there for more than 40 years, but standing in the room

A Cambodian Story

One night at our beach bungalow, Chan, the friendly owner, sat down and began telling us his life story.  I