Stephanie Bostwick is a native washingtonian who has always loved travel and exploring the outdoors. She actively writes travel blogs and gear reviews while touring the globe. Stephanie spends her time mountaineering, climbing, skydiving, backbacking, surfing and skiing at home and abroad. As an active conservationist, she is both an...

Stephanie Bostwick is a native washingtonian who has always loved travel and exploring the outdoors. She actively writes travel blogs and gear reviews while touring the globe. Stephanie spends her time mountaineering, climbing, skydiving, backbacking, surfing and skiing at home and abroad. As an active conservationist, she is both an advocate and strategist for Travelers Against Plastic, Wildland's non-profit partner in the fight to reduce consumption of single-use plastic water bottles around the world.

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Wild Cambodian Sticky Rice Recipe

Wild Cambodian Sticky Rice Recipe
For many years now I’ve been a lover of sticky rice, but on a recent trip to Cambodia I experienced a new take on this delicious dessert. In the streets of a very small and remote town, a man hovered over a large fire meticulously rotating stuffed banana leaves. Our guide handed the man some coins and two very charred pouches were handed over, still steaming hot from the fire. Inside I found a perfectly crisp, golden brown lump of sticky rice. I was amazed and inspired by the taste and texture of this treat and decided I needed to find a way to make it at home. The ingredients and supplies needed for this sticky rice are as follows: 1 C Thai Glutinous Rice 1 C Canned Coconut Milk 1/3 C Organic Sugar 1 Bag Frozen Banana Leaves Toothpicks Aluminum Foil You will also need either a rice steamer or...
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Jonathan Burnham
Thanks for sharing this awesome and delicious recipe Stephanie! This was one of my favorite flavors from Cambodia.
Wednesday, 02 December 2015 13:29
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The Ultimate Women's Packing Guide for Southeast Asia Adventures

The Ultimate Women's Packing Guide for Southeast Asia Adventures
Southeast Asia is filled with breathtaking views, ancient temples and some of the friendliest people in the world. There are many great Southeast Asia adventures to be had in this culturally diverse area, so to maximize your enjoyment of these activities I’ve prepared a comprehensive packing list to help you prepare for this amazing experience. Travel skirts are a great way to stay comfortable and keep cool in the heat of the day; however, you need to be cautious with the length as many temples and other sites will not permit you to enter if your skirt is too short. Exofficio’s Go-To Stripe Skirt is quick drying, moisture wicking and even includes a hidden zippered pocket for your cash. This skirt is also modest in length, allowing you to wear it anywhere. I pair my skirt with the Techspressa Support Tank , which is also quick drying and has a built-in...
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Torrential Downpour? The Torrentshell has you covered. Literally.

Torrential Downpour? The Torrentshell has you covered. Literally.
If you are planning a trip to a destination that gets a good amount of rainfall, the Patagonia Torrentshell Rain Jacket should be the first item on your packing list. This jacket incorporates Patagonia’s H2No technology and is sure to keep you dry in the heaviest of rain. The Torrentshell is lightweight and takes up very little space in your luggage, so you never have to think twice when packing for a trip. It’s a favorite of mine for trekking and mountaineering because it doesn’t weigh down my pack and does an amazing job of protecting me from the elements. To keep the jacket handy, pull out one of the pockets and stuff the jacket inside. A nifty carabiner loop allows you to attach it to the outside of your pack for quick use. A frequent problem you may have noticed with some waterproof materials is that they’re not only good...
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A Stylish Shirt for Every Adventure

A Stylish Shirt for Every Adventure
Looking for that perfect shirt to take on your next adventure? The REI Northway shirt is the stylish, lightweight, packable solution you’ve been searching for.  This top comes in two vibrant colors and has a fitted, feminine look that could even be worn for a day at the office. The stretchy material makes for a comfortable fit whether you’re casually walking around or out on a  hiking adventure . Rated at UPF 50+, the moisture-wicking fabric will allow you to stay outside and play all day.  My favorite feature is the hidden zip pocket on the front of the shirt. No longer do you need to worry about where to stash your cash, credit cards or passport when you’re out and about in a foreign country.  You can walk around markets and plazas carefree, knowing that your money is safe.  If you’re headed out shopping, hiking, climbing, biking, walking or you are just on your...
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Kicks for your next adventure

Kicks for your next adventure
When I’m not out on a mountaineering adventure, I prefer to wear a lighter and more comfortable shoe for all of my outdoor activities. It can be difficult to find lightweight footwear that meets the performance demand of the great outdoors, but the Keen Targhee II WP Hiking Shoe fits the bill. Whether you are casually strolling around town or out on a hiking adventure , these shoes will keep your feet dry, safe and comfortable. My favorite feature on these shoes is the waterproofing. When I’m day hiking or backpacking, keeping my feet dry is a must. I wore these Keens on a 5-day trek in Torres del Paine and my feet stayed dry as I tromped across streams, through knee-deep mud and across areas with snow pack. Comfort is also important in the outdoors. These shoes have excellent cushioning with a high arch (removable footbed for those who prefer...
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