Jude receives a blessing from a nun in Cambodia

Our second guest post for FamiliesGo! is called Siem Reap with a Toddler: Beyond the Temples. Even after ten nights in Siem Reap, we had trouble saying good-bye.  Cambodia is a beautiful country with lovely, friendly, and welcoming people.  We encourage everyone to visit, and hope this post helps with some of the logistics, especially if you’re bringing a child.  If you enjoy the post or find it helpful, please “like” or tweet it.  Thank you!

 

Angkor Wat

Cambodians (actually, people from all of the countries we visited in South-East Asia) love children.  “Hi, baby!” and “Hi, boy!” were near constant refrains during our stay.  One night, when we ate dinner at a do-it-yourself barbecue place on the street in Siem Reap, a waitress took Jude out of his chair and brought him dancing (in our full view) across the street to a French funk band that was playing on a small stage next to a giant gaudy Christmas tree and a tank full of those ubiquitous massage fish.  He loved it.  “More dancing,” he told us for the rest of the night. Continue reading »

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