Amateur Traveler Interview: Cambodia

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Need something to listen to this weekend while taking that road trip/hitting the treadmill/doing those dishes? Chris Christensen invited me onto Amateur Traveler to speak about my trip to Cambodia.

Click play and learn why Cambodia is one of the best destinations.

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The Most Romantic Honeymoon Resorts in Bali

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The Most Romantic Resorts for a Bali Honeymoon

My wife, Marissa, will never accuse me of being a romantic. She’s usually the one to remind me that flower vases are containers that should contain flowers or that flip flops and low hanging shorts made of sweatpants material is not appropriate attire for date night. But in Bali, which was the last two weeks of our ten-week honeymoon, I tried thinking like a different Noah. Any fans of The Notebook? (In fact, my wife’s memory is sub-par and one day we might live like the characters from that film. Then, I’ll read her this post–leaving out this paragraph of course and anything that follows in parenthesis–to remind her of how romantic I was during our honeymoon in Bali.) Read more

Kids’ Games in Cambodia

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The Kids of Angkor Wat

When Chris Christensen of the Amateur Traveler interviewed me about Cambodia, he asked me what memory made me laugh and think: “Only in Cambodia.” The question made me nostalgic for my very recent trip, while my answer made me nostalgic for childhood games. Read more

The Best Sites Around Angkor Wat

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The Best of Angkor Wat: Ta Prohm

The temples and ruins of Angkor, near Siem Reap, Cambodia, are hundreds–some thousands–of years old. It is the largest preindustrial city in the world, covering nearly 400 square miles of land. Even if you purchase a three day ticket–which is the pass I would recommend–it’s still difficult to visit all of the sites. Since you’ll be pressed for time–unless you race from temple to temple each day beginning at sun up and ending when the park closes–it’s best to approach the UNESCO World Heritage complex with a flexible plan. Here’s my list of the best of Angkor Wat: Read more

Interview: Phil Paoletta and His Camel

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Welcome to the second installment of the 4,007,236 part series Are There Any Other Travel Bloggers? Whether you’re an adventurer looking for another travel blog (other than Somewhere Or Bust), a reader seeking out tales of distant lands, a blogger wanting to learn the ins and outs of the industry, or someone who enjoys ridiculous questions where answers lack relevancy, you’ll like this segment. This week I spoke with Phil Paoletta of Phil in the Blank. You’ll learn quickly that Phil loves camels. Sadly the camel could not join us due to nearly succumbing to hyponatremia. Read more