June 11, 2020


Since 2013, a wildlife and nature conservation project in Mondulkiri has been rescuing abused and overworked elephants in Cambodia. Some of the elephants have been used for elephant rides (thankfully banned at the Angkor Wat archeological complex in Siem Reap earlier this year) and for hard labour in the legal/illegal logging industry devastating...

May 29, 2020

Unwilling to ignore the heartbreaking reality being faced by hundreds of families in and around Siem Reap, Cambodia, an incredible woman is devoting her time, sweat and efforts to help some of the most vulnerable people in the community.

I first met Naret Chhoy, a jewellery and clothing designer, about three years ago at Genevieve’s Fair Trade Village in Siem Reap - a shop that supports and celebrates the work of people and art...

May 16, 2020

DOCUMENTING THE VOICES OF THE LOCAL COMMUNITY: Part One - “No Tourism, No Income” (Siem Reap, Cambodia)

As we all know, much has changed around the world in recent months, including here - in Siem Reap, Cambodia, where most people are now struggling as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic. While cases of the illness have remained relatively low and under control according to local reports, travel restrictions and the drasti...

December 21, 2019

A few weeks ago I found myself wondering about us folks - those who were once “simply passing through” Cambodia but who somehow, and often unexpectedly, ended up staying longer, much longer...with many of us inspired (all, for our very own and unique reasons of course) as we fell in love with the people, their infectious smiles and warmth, as well as the local pace and culture. I then thought of the lovely Madeline Green, a fr...

September 8, 2019

Unable to find a job after being injured by a bullet as a soldier who once fought the Khmer Rouge, Mr. Jen Wai returned to the forest looking for food. Using a technique he learned from his father when he was a young boy, Wai started hunting for scorpions and tarantulas (a great source of protein) for his family.

He started making a modest living by catching these terrifying (I can only speak for myself;) creatures and selling...

August 23, 2019

The Amazon rainforest has been burning for weeks, and it’s now spreading like wildfire on social media. What’s happening to one of the most biodiverse regions in the world, its people, flora and wildlife, and the lungs of our planet is absolutely devastating - there’s zero doubt about that. 

“Why did the media not speak about it sooner?” many folks are asking…forgive my bluntness, but rarely has traditional media been inte...

August 12, 2019


August 12, 2019

More often than not, I stumble upon incredible stories that I crave to share...not because they're likely to make headlines - but because they involve amazing people, with experiences that I find fascinating! I hope and welcome you to join me on Facebook for this next chapter of my global journey: 



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