Visit Angkor Wat – A Guide to Cambodia’s Wonder of the World

When we first traveled to Thailand in the year 2000, we met an American traveler on the train to Chang Mai. He spoke of a “mystical temple in Cambodia that was completely deserted”, And how he walked around for days exploring in solitude. That temple was Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat’s days of solitude and mystery are long gone. When touring Angkor Wat today, you will be sharing it with thousands of other people. But that’s not to say you shouldn’t see it. Angkor Wat is still an amazing ancient city…

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Daily Laundry – Stuck in Customs

26 September 2020 : Saturday Sep 2020 : Saturday See More Photos of:&nbsp&nbspAfrica, Camera Gear, Sony A7R 3, Zimbabwe Amazing Balancing Skills My friend Jessica sent me this incredible video. This gal has way more patience than I do… Daily Photo – Daily Laundry Here is a quick shot I grabbed while on the way to a little river in Zimbabwe. There is a small village a few miles away and the women come here every day to do the laundry then carry it back across the delta to the…

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Digital Nomad; processing and backing up images on the road.

Given that I aim to fund my travels as best I can by working from the road, I carry a relatively vast collection of electronic devices. It’s by far the heaviest part of my setup and somewhat at odds with the rest of my ultralight gear – but a necessary burden when I’m away for so long. Here’s an overview of what I use, the programs I like, details on my travel work flow, and some advice on backing up images. Apple’s Macbook Air’s packs a real punch for its weight. Battery life…

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