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Aussie Family of 6 👱🏼👩🏼👱🏼‍♀️👦🏼👦🏼👧🏼 travel addicts. 🌏 6 passports for 6 months around the world. Currently 📍Cambodia 🇰🇭Contact- sixpass[email protected]

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The beautiful architecture and intricate detail had us in awe at the Grand Palace in Bangkok. Although the King is no longer based here,- it is said to still be the spiritual heart of the Thai Kingdom ❤️ at Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand

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We were highly recommended to see @siamniramitbangkok and it was spectacular! Thanks @shanegoldberg for the recommendation 😘 at Siam Niramit Theatre

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Sundays for us are very much -same same but different. We’ve loved visiting the different wards as we’ve traveled. A different language almost every week - but the same spirit❤️. We’ve met some of the most welcoming and loveliest people. #thechurchofjesuschristoflatterdaysaints at Bangkok, Thailand

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🎶 It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas🎶 -Bangkok sure knows how to decorate🎄 at Bangkok, Thailand

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216 smiling serene faces are carved into this temple. Bayon is a Buddhist shrine that makes you feel happy- how can you not with all those smiling faces?! at Bayon Temple ប្រាសាទបាយ័ន

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Ta Prohm temple was featured in Tomb Raider, and that is what it felt like- a movie set! Spectacular ruins of a mystical temple, swallowed by the majestic trees of the jungle. It has been pretty much untouched since it was rediscovered in the 19th century. Such a magical place to visit! at Ta Prohm

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This fishing village spends half the year submerged in Tonle Sap Lake. It would be over our heads where we are standing. 5000 people call this unique village home. at Tonle Sap Lake

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Watching the sunrise at Angkor Wat was a pretty special experience. Our guide @cheaangkor led us in the dark from a not so used entry point, and the first sight took our breath away! Built in the 12th century, it is one of the largest religious sites in the world, and the detail in and on the temple is incredible. at Angkor Wat- Templo De Angkor- Siem Reap- Camboya

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Coming to the Killing fields changes you. The atrocities that occurred here are unfathomable. We joined the many others leaving wrist bracelets or whatever they had on their wrist at the time and leaving it as an act of love, or belief, or perhaps of prayer. Because what else can you do at a place where millions of people died – and at the hand of their own countrymen? at The Killing Fields

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia 🇰🇭 . A city that we’ve had trouble figuring out how to pronounce🤣. Also one of our biggest history lessons of the trip. at Phnom Penh

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EAT, SLEEP, TRAVEL, REPEAT. - We get lots of questions about where we stay both for affordability and the size of our family. It’s a combination of Airbnb’s (which are awesome for space and having your own kitchen etc) and hotels/villas (love having rooms serviced each day) that fit 6. Kids were so excited to find our Airbnb in Saigon had a pool.....and a view😍 Saigon is such a busy crazy city, and we have loved being a part of it this week❤️ at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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Tiny Hearts of Hope do amazing things for abandoned children in Vietnam. We were excited today to donate to their ‘boxes of hope’ campaign. Joining in on the #worldwidedayofservice to #lighttheworld as we begin the Christmas season 🎄❤️ #lighttheworld2018 at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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Hoi An has captured our ♥️’s . at Hội An

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Our stay in Hoi An has been made so special by staying at @luckyleafvilla . The most we have felt at home for our whole trip! It’s Like a mini resort and totally affordable. Kim and Bi who run the place have become our dear friends and we are already missing them! A Must stay if you are in Hoi An! at Luckyleaf Villa

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Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow mindedness. - Mark Twain - - We’ve loved these moments of being totally immersed in another culture. The more we learn and understand other cultures we find the more we love and respect them. The kids loved joining in on this traditional fishing ceremony. at Jack Tran Tours

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Try not getting dizzy watching this! - - The boys had extra fun out in their basket boat! It is said in the French colonial era here in Vietnam many taxes were introduced including boat taxes. The poor fisherman couldn’t afford the charge and risked losing their livelihoods. So they came up with a sea worthy vessel that wasn’t a boat. They successfully argued that these were baskets, and avoided the taxes!! at Hội An

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We spent half a day learning all about rice farming. Preparing the land, sowing, replanting, harvesting, threshing. So much hard work involved, -we don’t want to waste another grain of rice again! at Hội An

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Meet Binh the Water Buffalo. He is the rice farmers best friend. They are treated as part of the family, and very loved and appreciated for the work they do. #jacktrantours at Hội An

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