I just thought that I would write about nothing in particular about SE Asia.
In the village teenagers were like any other teenagers.
In the village, everyone knows where you are at all times.
The plumbing is backwards. For example in the shower, you can turn it to cold but it really comes out hot.
Sleeping in hard beds isn’t very comfortable and the pillows aren’t as comfortable as you might imagine.
A lot of the food in SE Asia, especially in Cambodia is made with lemongrass.
The Laoation food is spicy but not too hot.
Sometimes the power goes out.
Elephants aren’t that common in cities but we saw one in Phnom Penh and it was just trucking down the street in front of our hotel. Boy that was cool and it a little bit scary.
Leave a Reply.
Bissky Dziadyk Family
Travelling the world as a family since 2008.
In September 2008 our family embarked on a four month journey through South East Asia. Traveling with a child who uses a wheelchair presented its challenges, but following the Mekong River through China, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam with a wheelchair was truly an adventure.
When we move beyond our fears and embrace our dreams, the Universe has an odd way of not only supporting us but giving us more opportunities than we ever imagined. Embarking on a journey with an open heart we can not help but be changed forever by the experience. Indeed it would be a waste to return untouched in the spiritual realm.
September: China (Beijing, Xi’an,Kunming, Yuanyang)
October: Northern Vietnam (Hanoi, Halong Bay) and
Laos (Luang Prabang, Vang Vieng, Vientiane)
November: Southern Vietnam (Hue, Ho Chi Minh City, Mekong Delta)
December: Cambodia (Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Battambang, Kampot and Sihanoukville).