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Is it that time of year already??  It seems that every year moves faster than the last. This one has been a doozy for sure, especially with so many upsetting things that have happened in the world of late.  It seems to have been a tough year on most.  For me, this has been a…

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  • AMY - These are really beautiful,  Dana. Thanks for sharing.

  • admin - thank you!! <3

Cambodia was the final destination on my month long journey.  It was also the part of my trip that I traveled alone.  I never felt nervous being on my own, the people were so nice and friendly. I had people chatting with me everywhere I went. And what a beautiful place. Of course Angkor Wat…

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  • Marilee - Dana- thank you for letting me explore Cambodia through your eyes. The old temples are absolutely otherly! I half expected darts or spears to be shooting out and a monkey holding a giant ruby that you would be trying to recover…. This space just doesn’t seem real since I have seen it fantasized in so many movies. What would it really be like to be there in the time when it was in full bloom? I’m so interested in your perspective having been there in real time.

    I am particularly drawn to the image of the monks sitting on the floor. It’s like you captured the exercise entirely. Not up – but down. Here. Now. I LOVE THIS PHOTO!

Oh Vietnam. What a beautiful country. My only regret is that we only had one week to spend in this beautiful place. You could probably say I am obsessed with rice fields. So…this country was heaven. We only had a chance to visit Northern Vietnam and I cannot wait for a chance to go back…

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  • frank - Great photos of Hanoi, one of my favorite cities! Makes me long to go back.

Today I wanted to blog a few photos from the second part of our trip which was definitely a highlight for me.  We spent a few days relaxing and exploring the Trang Islands. We stayed on Koh Sukorn for a couple of nights and then hopped over to Koh Ngai. They were both absolutely gorgeous….

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