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It was just another day...

Looking back at the events yesterday, it wasn’t really an ideal day. Toilet was clogged in the condo. I bruised my arms from pushing the plunger so hard hoping to unclog it. 111 more words

Black And White

The Temples of a Kingdom

It’s been a while since I have written a post; that’s because I have been traveling in the past month and a half. The first leg of my trip was for work but I still enjoyed it like I was on holiday nonetheless. 513 more words


Continuing through Cambodia

Our next few stops in Cambodia were comical to say the least.

We met our soon to be best friend forever and ever — Brett — on the way to Sihanoukville. 337 more words


something and nothing.

I sometimes feel the need to post on my blog. Today is one of those times.

In the UK we have a ‘man with a van’, but in Cambodia they have a ‘man with a motorbike and a huge trailer’! 11 more words

Dominic Stafford

Angkor Thom: The Ancient Khmer Capital

Angkor Thom, on the west bank of the Siem Reap River, became the capital of the Khmer Empire when Angkor Wat was invaded by the Cham forces. 594 more words


Updates from EWMBA IBD - Team WCS in Cambodia

Berkeley-Haas Part-Time MBA students Timothy Black, Henry Lawrence, Alex Lin and Ennis Olson are working on an IBD project with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in Cambodia. 1,397 more words