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Made in Cambodia: The road to Sihanoukville

Shortly after departing from the Phnom Penh bus station en route to the coastal city of Sihanoukville, I witnessed something that made me sit upright and pull out my camera. We had escaped city-center traffic and were in what appeared to be the “middle of nowhere,” but yet people filed out of gated industrial warehouses …

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Bus from Hanoi to Hoi An—22 hours of awkward

As I boarded my sleeper bus from Hanoi to Hoi An, I was fascinated by what was before me—a bus made up entirely of bunk beds. It looked ridiculous. Unlike those in South America, this “sleeper”  bus seemed like it may actually provide just that—sleep. What a concept! The individual seats/beds/berths/whatever you want to call …

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A bus ride to perspective

When explaining my reason for travelling to South America, I often told folks that I was looking for a new perspective on the world. I wanted to see how my life in one of the world’s most expensive cities compares to those in developing countries.  Yesterday, during our bus ride to Ica/Huacachina, my window provided …

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