{ International criminal law, French villas, Malaysian beaches and Indonesian rice paddies :: a summary of my travels in Europe and Asia while interning at two tribunals }

The past two semesters have exemplified how spoiled I have been throughout my life in terms of travel. While finishing my law degree on exchange in Amsterdam, and interning at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) on Radovan Karadzic’s defense team, I visited several other European countries. More recently, I bounced around Southeast Asia. Using Singapore (where Kat, my girlfriend, was on exchange) as a base, I interned at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia on Ieng Thirith’s defense team and explored the region.
The following list is a chronology of my 2009-2010 travels. It begins with my first long-term (over a month) departure from North America in three years and only includes cities I explored (rather than transit destinations).
Photography is my means of remembering these travels so each destination below is (or will be) linked to my photos of my adventures there. The photographs are meant to show how I spent the past year and demonstrate how thankful I am.
2009
17-08 – Tel Aviv
27-08 – Amsterdam
04-09 – Brussels
05-09 – Bruges
06-09 – Amsterdam
09-09 – Grasse
10-09 – Antibes
11-09 – St Tropez
12-09 – Cannes
15-09 – Nice
16-09 – Den Hague – Amsterdam
24-09 – Paris
29-09 – Amsterdam
03-10 – Leiden – Amsterdam
13-10 – Den Hague – Amsterdam
16-10 – Utrecht – Amsterdam
28-10 – London
04-10 – Amsterdam
10-11 – Montreal
20-11 – Toronto
23-11 – Montreal
24-11 – Amsterdam
07-11 – Den Hague – Amsterdam
01-12 – Vienna
08-12 – Amsterdam
18-12 – Rotterdam – Amsterdam
22-12 – Petra
25-12 – Tel Aviv
2010
02-01 Kfar Blum – Tel Aviv
08-01 – Singapore
16-01 – Bintan
19-01 – Singapore
22-01 – Kuala Lumpur
25-01 – Singapore
05-02 – Penang
06-02 – Langkawi
08-02 – Singapore
09-02 – Phnom Penh
20-02 – Sihanoukville
21-02 – Phnom Penh – Singapore
27-02 – Phuket – Koh Lanta
28-02 – Railay
30-02 – Bangkok
07-03 – Hanoi
10-03 – Chang Mai
14-03 – BangkokPhnom Penh
19-03 – Siem Reap
21-03 – Phnom Penh
24-03 – Singapore
03-04 – Hong Kong
07-04 – Phuket
09-04 – Ton Sai
11-04 – Phuket
12-04 – Singapore
13-04 – Bali
21-04 – Singapore
29-04 – Bangkok
01-05 – Tel Aviv
{ International criminal law, French villas, Malaysian beaches and Indonesian rice paddies :: a summary of my travels in Europe and Asia while interning at two tribunals }

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