Turning “50”: A birthday dinner … and farewell and thank you.

This month, I celebrated my 50th birthday. My friends in Phenom Penh and I went to a wonderful seafood restaurant and feasted on fried garlic crab, steamed fish, and stir fried clams … all in all, a delicious meal and a great way to celebrate a milestone birthday.

I felt that this was a good way to end such a fantastic trip. I have had the most gracious hosts these past months and I want to thank everyone one of them that might be reading this post for their immense hospitality. Thank you.

And to my new friends here in Cambodia who helped make this journey successful, thank you as well. You support and guidance were most important for the success of the trip.

To my family and friends back home, thank you for keeping in touch. Your emails and comments were greatly welcome when sometimes I felt so very, very far away.

Now, I turn my sights on life’s journeys ahead. I will continue to explore and will someday start a new travel blog on a new adventure. Many ideas have come to mind already …

But, for now, this is the final post. If you have been following this blog, thank you for allowing me to share my journey with you. I hope you enjoyed it.

50th birthday dinner at the Tai Tai Chinese seafood restaurant, Monivong Blvd, Phenom Penh

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