Posts by Kendrick


Last updated: 05/23/17Between 1975 and 1979, an evil dictator by the name of Pol Pot killed 25% of the Cambodian population. Driven by paranoia that the people of Cambodia was conspiring to overthrow him as their ruler, he systematically began forcing a confession out of the citizens which is followed by an execution, all in the name of treason. Today, the Genocide Museum is a grim, but important reminder of what will happen when you...

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Last updated: 05/23/17Traveling to three SE Asian countries, Philippines, Laos, and Cambodia, has been an interesting experience. Each were different in terms of cost, so my spending varied greatly. Today, I wanted to share my breakdowns. My 31 Day Philippines Spending Breakdown Staying with my relatives in the Philippines helped offset the cost of accommodation. They also paid for my sight seeing in Palawan and Sagada, allowing me to...

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Last updated: 05/17/17UNESCO world heritage site, breathtaking landscapes, adrenaline rushing activities. You can have it all when you visit the Philippine Mountain Province. Your journey begins with a long road trip from Manila. This trip can be booked through your hostel, or you can hire a private car to drive you up the mountains. Regardless of your choice, you are sure to be blown away by this adventure of a lifetime. After a long...

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Last updated: 05/17/17Did you know Laos is a communist country? Neither did I, until I started exploring their capital city of Vientiane. The history of this country quickly unfolded, and after exploring the city for a few days I found several things you really must see while visiting the city. Visiting the Laos National Museum What struck me as interesting is the sheer amount of anti-American and French propaganda that litters the...

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Last updated: 05/10/17Named one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature, the Puerto Princesa Underground River lives up to its name. Hands down, it is one of the most amazing places I have ever visited during my one year round the world adventure. Formally known as the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, the underground river is known as the second longest in the world, and was previously thought to be the longest. That was...

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