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Thank you for an incredibly thoughtful and immaculately planned birthday trip, @jonnywalkersf. Excited to keep traveling the world, studying and researching with you β€” defining purpose and strengthening the spirit along the way. πŸ˜˜πŸ˜πŸ™

Picture a sprawling gorgeous marble countertop under a thatched roof open-kitchen, in a Cambodian village, accessible only by muddy roads that look like Thai Iced Tea. That’s where cooking class was today β˜ΊοΈπŸŒ΄πŸ› We’re gonna kill it at our Brooklyn rooftop BBQ’s next summer. 🎢 It’s Khmer-daaaa. 🎢 πŸ˜‚

Just because I’m on vacation, doesn’t mean this #missmeierxxo giveaway is! The gift giving continues. One winner gets this box of goodies from Lush, but there’s a twist β€” you can’t keep it, you have to pay it forward!

Instructions:
β€’ Follow @lushcosmeticsph and @wecreativenatives on IG
β€’ Repost this photo (one time only please) and tag a friend who you intend to give this box to if you win!
β€’ Explain why you chose that friend
β€’ Include hashtag #missmeierxxo

Yesterday was all war casualties and gun shooting. Today was temples and classes on meditation. Tomorrow we learn Khmer massage techniques, then Cambodian cooking, and take a look at sustainability programs for orphan children. Best birthday present ever. Peace of heart and peace of mind. πŸ™

30% of bombs dropped over Cambodia did not detonate. For reference, I’m six feet tall; these two monsters originated from either Russia, China, or the U.S. – the former two bombing in aid of the Viet Kong, and conversely, America with the intent of forcing out Viet Kong hiding on Cambodian land. Unfortunately, the local farmers suffered most then, and continue to today, approximately 50 years later. (at Landmine Museum, Siem Reap)

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