Ah the once in a lifetime opportunity to volunteer abroad, teaching English to disadvantaged children and learning about their lives first hand. The joy of feeling that in some small way you’re helping them. We were thrilled to be working with local Phnom Penh NGO Riverkids and had been enjoying every second of it…
But we’re British. And a long weekend was coming up.
Despite the fact that we’d both quit our day jobs 3 months earlier and had been happily travelling the world since, we’d decided that after a week of genuinely enjoyable voluntary work, we were in dire need of a holiday. It’s amazing how quickly you can fall back into old habits. Read the rest of this entry
A couple of blogs ago I told you all about how our motorbikes broke down somewhere out the back of Kampot. Well, whilst the others were trying to mend the bikes and find a way back, I filmed it. You know, just in case we were never found again. Then it could have been shown in cinemas like the Blair Witch Project was… Read the rest of this entry
Sometimes travelling can lead you to natural beauty, man-made wonders and cultures that inspire you. It can lead you somewhere miles off the beaten track learning about ways of life you never even knew existed. Occasionally travelling can lead you to that once in a lifetime experience you’ve been dreaming of your whole life…
Sometimes travelling can lead you to Kep.
There’s nothing in Kep. Read the rest of this entry