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Ankor Wat

I have been anticipating going to Ankor Wat since I started planning this trip. It’s probably the most iconic religious site in SE Asia and from all it’s pictures looked epic. I got into Siem Reap on Thursday night, after a 12 hour bus ride (very long but, pretty comfy) and immediately made plans with my tuk tuk driver to see Ankor Wat the next morning.  

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Ream National Park

Everyone, since I got to Cambodia, has been telling me to go to the islands on the coast of Sihanoukville. I researched and the islands looked beautiful! There is snorkeling to do and beautiful beaches. And you know what? I had zero interest in going.

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Phnom Penh

As I mentioned in my previous post, I went to bed Monday night at 8:30pm. I was too exhausted to try and stay up later and I gave in to an early bed time. My concern was I would wake up at 3am and be ready to start the day and would then continue a weird sleep cycle. But, when you haven’t slept in 35 hours, reason quickly gets chucked out the window for sleep.

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Running- a love story

I have run my whole life but, never considered myself a runner until recently. I've been running since I was 12 when, my then Step Dad told me I was fat and needed to lose weight. I wasn't fat but, the insensitive comment sent me down the "eating disorder" spiral for a long, long time. It also got me obsessed with work outs that would make me skinny. Running and yoga seemed to fit the bill. And so my journey with with working out began. 

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New moon and new adventure

Happy new moon in Virgo! And happy fall Equinox. New moon's are all about new beginnings and equinox's are about transition. It seems incredibly fitting then that I share my new beginning/adventure/transition with you all; Starting on October 14th, I am beginning a 4-5 month back pack adventure through South East Asia! 

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