Cambodia days 27-30: final days in Kampot & Phnom Penh + day trip to Kep feat. crab market + last river day + trip reflection

I can’t believe this is my last Cambodia post! My final days in Cambodia were just lovely, filled with spending time with great people and doing some final activities in Kampot and Phnom Penh. Day 27: Day trip to Kep + Kep National Park + Kep Beach + crab market + small home dinner My … More Cambodia days 27-30: final days in Kampot & Phnom Penh + day trip to Kep feat. crab market + last river day + trip reflection

Cambodia days 15-19: same island, different vibes in Saracen Bay, Koh Rong Sanloem + snorkeling & fishing boat trip + jungle hike

Hello friends! I’m writing to you back on mainland Cambodia after another set of relaxation days on the islands. After my time in M’Pai Bay, a rugged hippie village on Koh Rong Sanloem, I took a boat to the other side of the island called Saracen Bay, which is known for its more upscale vibes … More Cambodia days 15-19: same island, different vibes in Saracen Bay, Koh Rong Sanloem + snorkeling & fishing boat trip + jungle hike

Cambodia days 10-14: rugged hippie village of M’Pai Bay, Koh Rong Sanloem

After two weeks of big cities, I was excited to move onto the next chapter of my trip: Cambodia’s islands. When deciding which island to visit, I chose Koh Rong Sanloem – the smaller, less “party” spot of the two key islands. Within the island, I started my visit in a chill village called M’Pai … More Cambodia days 10-14: rugged hippie village of M’Pai Bay, Koh Rong Sanloem

Cambodia days 6-9: Battambang + Cambodia’s dark history + village visits feat. bamboo train and bat cave

After an awesome start to Cambodia in Siem Reap, I headed to Battambang next. Battambang is like Siem Reap’s little sister – still a city, but much less touristy and know for its colonial buildings, artsy scene, and humble surrounding villages. Many tourists don’t make it here on their Cambodia itinerary, so there was definitely … More Cambodia days 6-9: Battambang + Cambodia’s dark history + village visits feat. bamboo train and bat cave

Cambodia days 1-5: beginnings in Siem Reap + magical Angkor Wat + motorbike through lotus farm & fishing village + my travel mantra

I made it to Cambodia!! My first few days have been so memorable and I am loving every minute in this beautiful country. I started off in Siem Reap, which is the key tourist site in Cambodia as it’s home to the famous Angkor Wat. I originally booked 3 days in Siem Reap, but I … More Cambodia days 1-5: beginnings in Siem Reap + magical Angkor Wat + motorbike through lotus farm & fishing village + my travel mantra

Singapore days 3-4: Katong/Joo Chiat + Supertree Grove light show + Botanical Garden + cat cafe + more hawker eats

After the first two days of my big Asia trip, I started feeling better-adjusted and much more myself these last two days, which were also my final days in Singapore. Singapore was a short but very sweet leg, and these final days made me so grateful I made this pit stop before bouncing to the … More Singapore days 3-4: Katong/Joo Chiat + Supertree Grove light show + Botanical Garden + cat cafe + more hawker eats

Singapore days 1-2: Gardens by the Bay + Chinatown + neighborhood exploring + hawker meals

Hi friends! I am currently blogging from Singapore where I’m spending the first leg of my big Asia trip. Even though I’ve only been here for 48 hours, I have a million-and-a-half things to share (what else is new?), so let’s dive right in. Day 1: Marina Bay + Gardens by the Bay + stellar … More Singapore days 1-2: Gardens by the Bay + Chinatown + neighborhood exploring + hawker meals

Mexico week 4: secret beaches + off the beaten path activities + final days in Sayulita

And just like that, our dreamy month in Mexico is over! I’m writing this post on my flight back to San Francisco feeling a bit sentimental but also excited to go back home. One month was the perfect amount of time in Mexico – it gave us the outdoorsy adventure & local living we were … More Mexico week 4: secret beaches + off the beaten path activities + final days in Sayulita

Mexico week 3: A day in the life of working remotely in Sayulita

One of our goals of coming to Mexico was to take advantage of our work-from-home situation and enjoy life here without taking our precious vacation days. During this time, we’ve developed a routine that balances enjoying daily life as well as our busy work schedules. While every day looks a little different, I wanted to … More Mexico week 3: A day in the life of working remotely in Sayulita