Meet Chloe

Chloe is in her hometown of Toronto, Ontario, presently packing for her trip to South Korea, then Cambodia, but first making a pit stop in Los Angeles. The girl knows airports like she knows her own mother, and the concept of staying in a single place for an extended period of time is unbeknownst to her. While spending a month in a foreign country like Cambodia would entail much contemplation and planning for most, Chloe worries more about getting stir-crazy than being hit in the face. With a wave of culture shock.

I sat down with Chloe over a refreshing glass of Kombucha and had a true heart-to-heart, resulting in the following in-depth interview.

MJ: Thank you so much for taking the time to sit down with me over a refreshing glass of Kombucha. I hope this will be a true heart-to-heart, and ultimately an in-depth interview.
Chloe: Yeah.
MJ: Chloe, you’ve volunteered abroad before–in Africa, in India, even in Fiji! Now, why Cambodia?
Chloe: I threw a dart.
MJ: Talk about a true risk-taker! A real go-getter! Where will you be staying?
Chloe: In a guest house run by a Khmer family who speaks English and French. There’s a rooftop and a restaurant, apparently. Didn’t you read the package?
MJ: Mmm, so interesting. I reckon you’re a savvy packer. What do you consider to be the three most important supplies you’re taking?
Chloe: Compression bags, rainboots, camera. This might change when I actually pack.
MJ: Do you anticipate either of us wanting to kill the other one by the end of the trip?
Chloe: You will want to kill me, probably. I love you.
MJ: Do you want to kill me already?
Chloe: Are we almost finished with this?

There you have it, kiddos! Now you know the ins-and-outs of Chloe. But if you’re left with any lingering questions, don’t hesitate–Chloe is more than eager to answer them!

Chouay!

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About twobroadsabroad

Two New York students traveling to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Cam and Get it.
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