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    Postcards Home – Week 55

    To my dearest friends, family and fellow culture cravers,

    This week we’ve made our way from the very top of Cambodia all the way to the very bottom.

    After leaving Siem Reap, Lizzie and I made the day long journey to Banlung, the capital city of the Ratanakiri Province in the very North of Cambodia. Renowned for its picturesque crater lake, powerful waterfalls and vast and diverse National Park (Virachey), we ventured up this way in search of untouched beauty, nature and wildlife.

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    Cambodia’s Hidden Gem – Banlung

    Don’t tell anybody BUT, I’ve found Cambodia’s hidden gem!!

    Over the past few days Lizzie (the sis) and I have been exploring Banlung, the capital city of the Ratanakiri Province in the North of Cambodia (close to the Laos border).

    After over a week in the bustling city of Siem Reap, we were keen to escape the tourists and surround ourselves with natural beauty, rolling countryside and a waterfall or two.

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    Postcards Home – Week 54

    To my dearest friends, family and fellow culture cravers,

    This week we’ve been exploring Siem Reap in Cambodia.

    As I’d already bullied my best friend, Fiona into getting an overnight bus from Koh Samui to Bangkok, Lizzie, Spence and I thought we’d be great friends and stay in Siem Reap for a week and a bit so that she didn’t have to endure another lengthy journey – aren’t we kind.

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    A Photo Diary of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

    Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia is a collection of enchanting temples, which make up a deserted ancient Empire.

    Built in the 12th century by the Khmer people, these majestic ruins have been dubbed the eighth wonder of the world and it’s easy to see why…

    They are magical.

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    Postcards Home – Week 53

    To my dearest friends, family and fellow culture cravers,

    The past week has been crazayyyy.

    After leaving Koh Lanta we made our way to Koh Phangan, an island on the other side of the South peninsular of Thailand for the notorious Full Moon Party for New Year’s Eve.

    I had already been to a Full Moon Party way back when in my Gap Year so was intrigued to see how it differed to before/if I could still hack it.

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