Living a month on Koh Rong Sanloem

We stumbled upon a place like no other, one we didn’t expect to find in Cambodia, where its people live by the rules of the Sea.

Beach, sunset, hammock and friends! Lessons learned from living a month on the Cambodian island of Koh Rong Sanloem! Come with us and learn what you can learn from our one month stay living in the rythme of the sea

There is very little that can prepare you for discomfort other than discomfort itself. And this is the reason why most of us find it hard to take the first step, to grow out of something and start afresh.
As with everything that is deeply rewarding, moving somewhere new requires patience, openness and commitment. It takes time to get settled elsewhere, to make a home out of your suitcase, to meet people, memorise new paths and take on different habits.

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