My trip report from the biggest achievement of my summer: a 3 day Presidential Traverse in New Hampshire's White Mountains.
Kep, Cambodia. Jungle clad mountains rolling into turquoise waters made it the perfect escape for upper class Phnom Penhoise. That is, until upheaval, genocide, and decades of civil war ripped Cambodia into pieces, leaving behind only the ruined mansions of Kep, a ghostly reminder of what once was here.
The fourth day of my bike ride from Pursat to Koh Kong was spent in the idyllic mountain village of O Saom. One of those places travelers dream of discovering.
On day three of my bike ride from Pursat to Koh Kong I finally enter the mountains, and very unexpected things happen along the way.
Day 1 of my epic ride from Pursat to Koh Kong, and I tackle the longest, dustiest road, with lots of ups and downs.
Valerie and I attempt to go for a motorbike exploration in peak rainy season, and learn the hard way why dirt roads are not ideal for monsoon plagued countries.
To the man who wrote that travesty of a letter defending his son the convicted rapist, Before I dive into this, let me introduce myself. My name is Megan, I’m 27 years old, originally from the United States but currently living and working for an NGO in Cambodia. I love cooking, yoga, spending time with... Continue Reading →
Two weeks into a Himalayan trek, I found myself on the wrong side of a rushing river, with no bridges and a desperate need to get across.
So you want to follow in the footsteps of Joe Simpson from Touching The Void? Or you just want to see some of the most remote mountain wilderness outside of the Himalayas? You're looking for the Huayhuash mountain range. For 10 days during October, 2015, I hiked alone through the Huayhuash Mountain range. For those... Continue Reading →