Travelling – Why the Best Plan is No Plan

I’m now on week eight of backpacking through South East Asia. I have no set itinerary or set plan, just a basic idea of what kind of experiences I’m looking for, and every so often I get caught by surprise when opportunities show up that I least expect.     We’re always taught to have…

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Food for Good – Ethical Eateries in Phnom Penh

The social enterprise industry is rapidly growing in Cambodia, as many NGO’s move to the hospitality industry to raise funds for the numerous community development and empowerment projects happening throughout the country. Phnom Penh, being the bustling capital that it is, has become a hub for many of these social enterprises, and you can find…

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Conserving Kampot’s last Mangroves

The Tropaing Sangke Fishing Community is a small community situated about 6 kilometres to the west of the Kampot city centre. This small community resides on the riverbank in stilted wooden huts and their livelihood mainly relies on what they can source from the Kampot River, including fish, crab, mussels and crayfish. The mangroves in…

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An altruistic guide to travel in Sihanoukville

Sihanoukville, the party capital of Cambodia, known for it’s notorious nightlife and myriad of parties that line the beachside every night. Tourists come from all over the world to get a piece of seaside Cambodia, sun tanning by day and partying by night. It’s a vibrant city that is continuously expanding and welcoming an increasing…

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