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10 Days in Vietnam

Vietnam. The name holds very different meanings to different people. Some think of the war, that awful time from 1965-1975 in which over 1.3 million Vietnamese and over 58,000 Americans perished in the jungles and rice paddies of Southeast Asia. For those of us born after the war, Vietnam is a place of intrigue, a country that …

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Friday Flashback-Rainy Season in Cambodia

Rainy season in Cambodia is no joke. It runs from May to October and it rains hard. We went at the tail end of rainy season in October and the ground was so saturated the puddles looked like lakes in Angkor Wat. Outside of Angkor Wat, the streets of Siem Reap were extremely flooded. When …

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