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Bangkok and Siem Reap

Wow -- what a week! This was the first time I pulled my passport out since arriving in Thailand in late September, and only the third time I've left the comfy shores of Koh Tao in the same time period. And while I've been endlessly content to sit still lately, this trip was a blissful reminder of how…

Kayak

Happy holidays! This post is brought to you by KAYAK. . Whether it's off on an exotic beach getaway or back to a snow-filled hometown, it's no secret that the holidays are a crazy popular time to travel. Despite that I'm on a self-imposed six-month travel sabbatical, even I couldn't resist getting in on the fun. Right now…

Four Years of Travel

June is a pretty big month around these parts -- the 9th (yup, this post is a tad late, what else is new) marked four whole years in Wanderland. Four years since the day I took off from New York on a one-way ticket. Fourty-eight months since alexinwanderland.com went live. One thousand, four hundred and…

Months 41 and 42

Note: Yup, I'm a little behind posting roundups. After the next one, however, we should be all caught up. Sorry for any confusion my lazy posting has caused! From Halloween to my birthday to Thanksgiving to Christmas, this was a period of big celebrations! And big heapings of time spent with some very special people…

Two Tales of Cambodia

My recent week in Cambodia was all too short. However, I did manage to sneak a lot in. In addition to playing house in Phnom Penh, I was lucky enough to get a truly behind-the-scenes look at two organizations making a big difference in the lives of the Cambodian people. Betsy is one of a…

Phnom Penh

"What's your favorite country?" Every long-term traveler dreads the question. How could one possibly pick definitively? Yet I must admit, whenever someone asks, Cambodia does bubble to the front of my brain. So I've been disheartened that lately I've been hearing the opposite when both online peers and real life friends make the journey there…

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