This winter break, my partner and I traveled back to Southeast Asia for kind of a variety-pack vacation. Our first stop was Sulawesi, Indonesia, where we went scuba diving in the Lembeh Strait. Lembeh is famous for “muck diving,” i.e., hunting for bizarre creatures like mantis shrimp, frogfish, and bobbit worms. We also spent a few days hiking in the Tangkoko national park, where we looked for animals like hornbills, kingfishers, tarsiers, and monkeys. Our second stop was Singapore, where we spent a few days eating and exploring before heading to Cambodia. There, we visited the amazing (and amazingly busy) Angkor Wat, spent a few days relaxing on the beach on Ko Rong Samloem, and finished with another few days hiking and eating crap in Kep.