1 April 2019 Arriving in Singapore is … an adjustment. It’s uncomfortable at first, which is ironic, really. Towards the end of my time in Cambodia there came a point where I began to understand the concept of traveller’s exhaustion. There came a moment where after months of moving around, months of always being significantlyContinue reading “Singapore”


After our visit to the Angkor temple complex, it was time to do some planning. With visas running out and future travel plans unfolding, we were all scheduled to leave Cambodia. We said goodbye to two of our family (headed to Thailand), leaving four of us behind. One more day in Cambodia; one more dayContinue reading “Battambang”

Siem Reap

I suppose I can’t write on without at least a brief acknowledgement of the current state of our world. In January I arrived in Amsterdam, ready to take a brief break from my travels. I came back to reconnect with friends and family. I came back for hugs, coffee dates and a more active participationContinue reading “Siem Reap”

S21 and Choeung Ek

The morning after I sell Jackie, I head out on a guided tour of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (or “Security Prison 21”) and Choeung Ek Genocidal Center (or “the killing fields”). With my visa running out and my friends already in Siem Reap, I have decided to spend only one day in Phnom Penh.Continue reading “S21 and Choeung Ek”