Southeast Asia

One of my least liked questions is “what are your favorite hobbies? or “what do you do for fun?”

The truth is, after making my favorite hobby into my job, my fun now revolves around netflix, take-out and if I’m feeling fancy, a nice glass of wine. Not the most exciting or braggy kind of hobbies! Once a year however, I make an effort to take a trip abroad to a place I’ve never been to before. This goal has taken me to Peru, Italy, California, Canada and on 2016, South East Asia. I grabbed a carry-on, my passport and my sister and we ventured off to Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam for three weeks this summer. We spent our time learning a few words in each country (cháo ban!) and trying all sorts of fun food ( I totally had one of those crickets from the photo below. It was… crunchy)

Every place we visited had it’s unique charm and I particularly loved the Angkor Wat ruins in Cambodia (Lara Croft, anyone?) and the small, french-inspired town of Hoi An in Vietnam. I could write about each place for days, but I’ll let the photos do the talking for me.

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