Epic Arts – Kampot, Cambodia
EPiC (Every Person Counts)
I’ve been meaning to post this for some time. One of my favorite places to eat and a really heart-warming place in Kampot, Cambodia is called Epic Arts. They provide employment, education, creative services, and an outlet for the deaf and disabled community of the town. Continue reading
This is Everything You Need to Know about Kampot
There are no theme parks in Kampot. No Ziplines or elephants to ride. There is no zoo, museum, or theatre. Not even a beach. And you can’t shoot AK-47s or bazookas here either. So, what makes Kampot so special? And why is it my favorite town in Southeast Asia?
It’s the vibe, man, so just sit back and chill out. And while there may not be the typical array of tourist attractions, there is plenty to do. Here, I’ll share with you some things to do in Kampot.
Be warned: many of the visitors to Kampot I’ve known end up overstaying their reservations and extending their stay – some indefinitely. It’s that kind of place. Continue reading
Awake (inexplicably) at 7:00am, and Bodhi Villa is completely still. No one is awake, the sun is shining brightly, and the soft breeze cuts the humidity on the river, gently moving the palm fronds. I take my coffee on the dock and breath fresh air. A welcomed change from my city in Northern Thailand. Continue reading
bia, xin vii lòng (beer, please)
Bodhi Villa From The Water
I’m spending my last night at Bodhi Villa…very sad.
I’m jittery with anticipation for Vietnam tomorrow…very exciting!
I’ve spent some time today, sitting on the riverside, watching the rains come down, trying to learn some Vietnamese. Continue reading