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4 Completely Safe Cities For Female Travelers in Asia

I’ve had A LOT of luck when it comes to not being kidnapped or murdered.  23 years and running.  Sometimes I do my research about safe cities for female travelers in Asia, but more often than not, I just head over and basically wing it. Sorry mom.  This list is based on my own personal opinions and observations and NOT based on the horror stories that you read on the…

Turn Down For Wat? Welcome to Angkor Wat (Cambodia)

I love gangster rap just as much as the next girl.  When the DJ drops the beat and my hips endure the unavoidable need to twerk, I’ve been known to get jiggy wit it in the most socially appropriate places available.  I didn’t choose the thug life, the thug life chose me. With DJ Snake’s “Turn Down For What” song taking the world by storm, it was difficult to refrain…

Homestay In Rural Chambok, Cambodia

While I consider myself to be a serious city-slicker, I can’t ignore the call of the wild.  Adventurer by profession, I am constantly looking for new ways to experience my surroundings in a more authentic way; which I was I opted in for a homestay while I was in Cambodia. A homestay is normally when you live with a local family, with few luxuries, and gather a taste…

Sailing Through Sihanoukville, Cambodia

The reputation of Sihanoukville is much like Venice Beach in Southern California: shady drug scene with a killer beach.  I am here to confirm these rumors.  While travelers will be able to witness a tweaker or two, Sihanoukville delivers on a night out.  There are rows and rows of bars, hilarious street vendors who will thread your legs on demand, and tons of booze.  So much booze.  Feel free…

Cycling Through Kampong Cham, Cambodia

One of my most memorable experiences in Cambodia was when I cycled through Kampong Cham, over a terrifying bamboo bridge, and through the island of Koh Paen. After our home-stay Cambodian lunch, we hired a few petal bikes for $2 USD and took them all over the place. First we cycled through the main part of the city and everyone in town was MORE than excited to say…