“The hardest part of running the CHOICE project is working with volunteers,” sighs Ross Wright, a 69 year-old Australian who has been donating his time six days a week since 2006 to work with three villages outside of Phnom Penh.
Lash, an expat American who’s been traveling the world solo since 1998, immerses herself in nature, culture and the arts of countries she visits. Here she shares the story of her journey to the access point of Mt. Semeru Volcano.
By Anna Mindess — My teenage daughter Lila criticizes my driving, rolls her eyes at my questions and spends her free time texting or hanging out with friends. The sweet memories of mother-daughter bonding, rubber duckies in the tub, teddy bear tea parties and trips to the zoo, seem long gone.