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In today’s episode, we’ll be talking to Adelle Goodman, from Ardor SEO. She has been living in Phnom Penh for the last few months and she will be sharing some tips for travel in this beautiful country and also some must sees and also the must eats! If you know someone travelling here, feel free to send them this podcast of the blog post for it so they can take advantage of all Adelle’s knowledge.
3:25 Adelle’s vegan story and journey to Cambodia
5:39 How to get around Phnom Penh
6:25 Adelle’s favourite restaurants in Phnom Penh
9:15 State of animal protection
12.22 Talking to Cambodian people
16:26 Cambodian genocide
20:00 Meeting and helping animals in Cambodia
23:40 Adelle’s 24 hours in Phnom Penh
Learn more about what we talk about
How to get around Phnom Penh
Sacred Lotus Restaurant and homestay
Bong Bonlai and hotel
Masala Dosa Street Kitchen
11 1 kitchen
Ministry of Cat - Cat Cafe
Losing and saving face
First, they killed my father book
S21 also known as Tuol Sleung
The Killing Fields
Elephant riding no longer at Angkor Wat
Elephant Protection near Angkor Wat with volunteer opportunities
Elephant projects in Vietnam - Guardian report
Ethical Elephant Tours in Vietnam
Vegan food guide to Kampot courtesy of Vegan Food Quest
Ko Rong guide
Other World Vegan Travel content connected with this episode
Confessions of a Vegan Tour Operator
Overnight Train: Bangkok and Chiang Mai - Zero Waste and Vegan Edition
Five Favourite Vegan Restaurants Changing the Scene in Central Bangkok.
Animal Rescue Organizations in Thailand
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The World Vegan Travel Podcast host, Brighde Reed, has been living overseas since the age of 18, has lead tours on 3 continents and is now the co-founder of luxury vegan group tour operator World Vegan Travel. Join her has she talks to regular travelers as well as experts in the industry.
Our team of travel experts and local guides work hard to create one-of-a-kind travel experiences that showcase each country's culture, people and geography, while being specifically catered to the needs and interest of vegans and vegan-friendly travelers.