Traditionally when people think of Cambodia they think temples. More specifically they think of Angkor Wat – the largest religious monument in the world. This sacred site alone is probably the main reason that Siem Reap is the city that trumps on the number of tourists that visit Cambodia each year. Siem Reap was the… Continue reading Siem Reap: Angkor Wat & The Ancient Temples
Admittedly, it’s been nothing but radio silence from Mac. That’s what peeling bananas five days a week will do to you. There’s been little inspiration here in Tully. All the good stuff wears thin quickly as the weather turns from clear, blue skies to consistent rain fall, erasing any opportunity for outdoor pursuits – which… Continue reading Where to next?
It’s the age old story. Boy meets girl / teach meets travel. They fall in love and Amy lives happily ever after… we hope. No, this post isn’t a love story in the traditional sense, but instead a story about partnering up two aspirations of mine: teaching and travelling. I’ve wanted to teach for as… Continue reading Marrying two long, lost loves
Being afraid of heights wasn’t a phobia I’d typically associate myself with. Spiders, yes. The dark, yes. Anyone rubbing my knee for longer than a millisecond, absolutely yes. But heights – no way, Jose! That said, and being brutally honest, the idea of jumping out of a plane 14,000 ft high in the sky does… Continue reading Probably going to throw myself out of a plane.