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Moving towards Eastern Cambodia

In Cambodia, Travel by Cassie & Cédric1 Comment

We’re currently in Kampong Cham, Cambodia, where the nights are hot and sticky and the streets are full of fried spiders (in reality, mostly clothes).Yesterday, we continued our bike tour around the temples of Angkor Wat and saw several more sights.  Being on bike, we were able to make a few small detours to wander around lesser known ruins.  The …

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First days in Cambodia

In Cambodia, China, Travel by Cassie & Cédric5 Comments

Hello all! As of last night, Cedric and I are in Siem Reap. The way here from Munich was long and exhausting… The ten hour flight (with very little sleep) had us landing in Beijing at 7am and we weren’t set to leave until 8:30pm. We used our layover opportunity to visit Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Both places …

Mexico Pt. II

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After our night in Zitacuáro seeing monarch butterflies, Ced and I headed farther west towards Puerto Vallarta. We took our time to get used to the sunny days and visit some of the cities along our path. Between Mexico City and Guadalajara, the landscapes were quite stark and defined by some great rolling hills. Compared to our recent trip to Morocco, …

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Mexico pt. I

In Mexico, Travel by Cassie & Cédric1 Comment

Our plans for our Mexico trip were to hit the ground running. Although we finally arrived to our hotel in Mexico City around 11pm, the plan was to ignore our jet-lag and leave early the next morning and head for the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuaries near Zitácuaro.  However, we didn’t plan for the masses of morning commuters and were stuck for almost two …

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Hello world!

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As some of our friends and family may have heard, Ced and I have decided to start a travel blog. The idea for this blog evolved from the travel-update emails that we send out to our families while we are somewhere other than ‘home.’ Since Ced and I both do not live in our respective homelands, and are very often …