The Meanderthals


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We are Frank (Skip) and Gabrielle (Gabi) Yetter, travelers, foodies and former media executives. In 2010 we bagged life in the U.S, sold our house, gave away most of our possessions and moved to Southeast Asia, setting up shop in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. We volunteered for non-government organizations, travelled extensively throughout the country and region and experienced life in a third-world existence and found it changed us forever. Since leaving Cambodia in December 2013, we have travelled in South America and have been house sitting throughout Europe. Our blog write about our experiences, the people we meet along the way, the magic of travel and the freedom of letting go. Our book is entitled Just Go! Leave the Treadmill for a World of Adventure and is available on Amazon at http://amzn.to/1VMIMoD.

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Gabster

UK British UK British expat living in Cambodia

  • Gender: Female
  • Move: United Kingdom  Cambodia
  • Interest: Travel and experiences
  • About me: I was born in India to British parents, raised in Bahrain then moved to South Africa where I worked as a journalist then moved to the U.S. In 2010, my husband, Skip, and I moved to Cambodia,where we worked as freelance writers and volunteered at NGOs in Phnom Penh. In March 2013, my book The Definitive Guide to Moving to Cambodia was published at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BX-5FWJU and my writing portfolio about the region, the people, the food and the experiences can be seen at http://www.GabrielleYetter.com- I also published a book about traditional Cambodia desserts and Skip did consulting work for local companies. After leaving Cambodia in 2013, we travelled in India, China, Thailand and Vietnam followed by house sitting gigs throughout Europe, the US and Central America. In 2015, we published our book - Just Go! Leave the Treadmill for a World of Adventure (available on Amazon at http://amzn.to/1VMIMoD) and my first children's book. Ogden The Fish Who Couldn't Swim Straight was published
  • Social networks: Facebook

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