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By Julia Gordon
Heading to Ho Chi Minh city, a final bus ride I will never forget.
After leaving our guesthouse in Dalat, also home to a wonderful family, whose… Read More
blog and photos from Kyla M
Taking a turn from cultural constipation, our group members were plummeting (literally!) Thanks to my bad luck, I got the worst of an amoeba… Read More
By Eliza Patterson
For about the past week, we have been exploring the cities of Siem Reap and Phnom Penh in Cambodia. These two cities have offered us two very… Read More
By Grace Frances Nelson
Do you find yourself questioning the monotony of the culture around you?
Have you never experienced what it feels like to be a minority?
Do you… Read More
By Emily Chambers
The time we spent at Plum Village was my personal favorite so far. I feel like I learned so much from our sisters and brothers that I… Read More
By Emma Willis
For the last three days, our group has done our best to navigate Bangkok. We’ve made our way to the zoo, Lumphini Park, Khao San Road night… Read More
By Iona Yates
During this program, I have found myself writing down at least one fear I want to conquer weekly. Four weeks ago in Mae Rim, it was overcoming… Read More
By James Stewart
There is a certain sense of emotional and spiritual fulfillment that can only be obtained by walking barefoot along a rural, mud-covered road.
It lies in the… Read More
By Katherine Lord
We have just returned to Chiang Mai after an incredible three-day long trek through the Thai mountains and jungles. Though very physically demanding, it was an incredible… Read More
Photos courtesy of Rachel Milito
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By Ajenai Hampton
This week was an adventure, to say the least. It feels like we just all got together, and we’re already splitting up to stay in homes with… Read More
By Katherine, Taylor, and Grace
Thailand is absolutey amazing.
We’ve already experienced and learned so much and we love it here. This is our third day here. We are staying… Read More
We’ve heard from the Sabai Crew and all is well in San Francisco. 11 of the 12 group members gathered smoothly (and the 12th will be flying from Dubai to… Read More
Good Morning, Sabai!
Greetings from Portland where the air is as dry as our humor, and if our Boddhisatva instincts are correct, the ashes falling from the sky can only… Read More
Anya and Chris here, taking back the blog reigns one last time before we close down this particular SE Asia Carpe semester.
We sit on a bus heading back to… Read More
Hello and welcome to one of our final blogs as we enter the home stretch of this trip.
This week we came out of student directed travel through the wild… Read More
Nestled on the southern coast of Cambodia lies the town of Kampot, a short walk through the town will find you more english text than Khmer script as foreign run… Read More
Hello, everyone and all distinguished guest, it’s Martin Farias again, I well be the author of todays blog. We made it to Vietnam and are in the city of Can… Read More
Hello blog readers, my name is Brenden and I will be the one writing the blog this week. Our last day at PTD involved watching a group of Khmer students… Read More
This week was spent transitioning, we left from a peaceful yoga meditation retreat into the small city of Chaing mai Thailand for one day.we spent this day at a pool… Read More