Travel changes a person

Travel changes a person

At a seminar I recently attended, each new speaker introduced themselves by way of what they called PechaKucha. Since the organization had so many unique words of their own creation, I assumed this was an invented practice. But, it turns

What would set things right in Cambodia?

What would set things right in Cambodia?

As we complete our 30 day visit of Cambodia, I’ve had time to reflect on what can be learned. It would be quite a list, if I were to explain every complicated feeling I have on the subject. My time

Do we plan our legacy, or does it happen to us?

Do we plan our legacy, or does it happen to us?

We bought a seven-day pass to the Angkor Archeological Park. Nobody was standing in that line up. We walked right up to the teller. It turns out that most people visit for one day. Some stay for a 3 day