We found this happy Buddha statue on a your of the Terracotta factory in Xi’an, China. He’s still one of the happiest faces I’ve ever seen. May he always remind us of the joy in life.
@vegannomad in PDX View
TBT: how I looked out exploring Cambodia on the first day. Breathing the air is like smoking a pack a day so I convinced myself that wearing this flimsy mask helped even though mucus was always black at the end of the day.
Well they dont really use milk or cheese so that’s nice, you just have to get things without meat and eggs. Not too hard but not too too many already began options. But definitely do able! Its a great vacation and very inexpensive, I recommend it!
The only other thing that u have to be careful with is that Cambodians love to use fish sauce or shrimp pastes in the majority of their dishes and that’s often tough to get around.
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