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Learning to Breathe Abroad
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A single Mom & Son team traveling, Homeschooling and working their way around South East Asia.
A single Mom & Son team traveling, Homeschooling and working their way around South East Asia.

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Bicycle Ride to the Pottery Village at Kampong Chhnang
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Everywhere you go in Cambodia, in every town, on every street, in fact numerous times on every street, you will see signs for the Cambodian People’s Party, such as the image above. We had been in Cambodia for about 5 weeks already and were walking down a…
Cambodian People like to Party?
Cambodian People like to Party?
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Exploring Beng Melea Temple and Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia

If you’re tired of dodging the tour buses while exploring the Angkor Wat temples, take a trip out to Beng Melea temple.
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Spending the day with the elephants at Elephant World was an experience of a lifetime and highly recommended for anyone visiting the Kanchanaburi area! Elephant World is an elephant sanctuary where retired or poorly treated elephants go to be looked after, pampered and live out the rest of their years in peace.
Swimming with Elephants in Kanachanaburi
Swimming with Elephants in Kanachanaburi
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The most popular tourist destination in Vietnam is the UNESCO World Heritage site of Halong Bay, with it's impressive limestone karsts and islands rising out of the sea. Imagine gently sailing on...
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So a quick hop across to Hanoi in Vietnam to meet up with our dear friends, Carin, Michael and their son, Bash. What an incredible spoil to be able to meet up on the other side of the earth, midway between both of our extended...
Trekking in Sapa
Trekking in Sapa
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Hanoi, Vietnam... a city that lives, eats, drives, sells and breathes on the streets. Grab a chair, put it on the pavement and we have a restaurant. Stick a mirror on a wall in a road and you have a barbers shop. Put some veggies on paper on the...
Our Guide to Hanoi
Our Guide to Hanoi
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We found paradise!! A little discovered treasure off the tourist track. The tiny island of Koh Bulon Le with its brilliantly white beaches and aquamarine seas. You can’t help but take 100 pictures a day just of the colours of the water! Taking only...
Paradise on Koh Bulon Le
Paradise on Koh Bulon Le
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A hair-raising 4 hr trip from Mawlamyine to Dawei in a jam-packed minivan, with no air-con at 40°C, along shocking roads, with a driver who thought he was behind the wheel of a Ferrari! We didn't need...
Crabs on Maungmagan Beach, Dawei
Crabs on Maungmagan Beach, Dawei
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Hot air balloons rising at sunset over stupas and temples which dot the countryside as far as the eye can see. Watching Sunsets over this magnificent landscape from the top of temples. Vibrantly coloured festival parades.
Hot Air Balloons in Bagan
Hot Air Balloons in Bagan
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