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April 14, 2008

You have reached the end of the Taiwan blog.

I miss Taiwan. I’ve been back for a month now and have adjusted to cold weather, quiet nights, understanding what people say to me, and seeing real trees. I can drive a car and only occasionally wonder why I can’t make a left turn from the far right lane at a red light. But I do miss Taiwan.

I don’t think there will be another blog for a while. Clearly I’m not that talented at remembering to write in one anyway. For anyone interested in what life after Taiwan holds for me, I can tell you that I will be working at the Merry Go Round Playhouse in upstate New York for the summer. After that, it’s anyone’s guess.

So that’s all, folks. Thanks for reading!



April 14, 2008

OK, I give up on being a competent blogger. I’m going to pretend that it’s because I’m spending my time doing more productive things… right. Anyway, let’s all just pretend that Dad and I were in Cambodia last week instead of last month and I am now promptly telling you about it.

It was a great trip in a lot of ways, but unfortunately we spent most of it sick. No, we didn’t drink the water… Anyway, we managed to see a few sights despite that handicap. My camera also got sick in Cambodia (I don’t know if it drank the water) so my pictures aren’t the best. It quit altogether while we were at the Bayon, which was the most interesting temple in my opinion. So without further ado, here are a few pictures. The rest, of course, are here.

We started out in Phnom Penh…

then took a boat….

to Siem Reap. From there we traveled on foot or by tuk tuk…

to Angkor Wat…

Ta Prohm…

and the Bayon.

We also saw monkeys.

The End.