Tag Archives: Cambodia

The Floating Village

When I first arrived in the United States at the age of 9, I was mesmerized by how things were so different from Paris.  There is one particular memory that I usually bring up at parties and get a good laugh at it. My family had friends that lived in a trailer (mobile home or […]

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The Killing Fields of Phnom Penh

The girls and I had a lovely time in Siem Reap.  Anna and Irit parted ways while Eva and I took a 6-hour bus ride to Phnom Penh.  We saw a lot of poverty in Siem Reap, but the city does get good business through tourism.  Our shock really came when we arrived in Phnom […]

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Here monk, there monk… everywhere monk monk

I’m totally obsessed, not sure if I should talk to someone.  I have gone so far as stalking one for about 30 minutes through the streets of Bangkok. My problem: I am obsessed with Buddhist monks.  I am not sure why.  I love to stare at them, photograph them and just listen to them chant.  […]

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Girls gone wild

When you think of girls’ weekend, girls’ trip, or girls’ night out, you probably imagine martinis, dancing, chick flicks, going to Vegas, New York, pillow fights (for some of you) or what not.  At least that’s what Sex and the City has taught us. Anna, Irit, Eva and I decided to have our girls’ outing […]

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