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I'm Taryn! Multipotentialite and Chief Inspiration Officer of Her Travel Style. After visiting all 50 United States and nearly 70 countries around the world, I've created and styled these colorful pages to empower and excite you for your next solo journey.

If you’re like me, whether you feel like camping one weekend or soaking in a tub in your 5 star luxury boutique, HTS is here to support your travel dreams and style.  

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Find Out What Happened When I Ate Rat in Battambang, Cambodia

Find Out What Happened When I Ate Rat in Battambang, Cambodia

If you've been to Cambodia, you know there are a number of exotic foods that are available as part of the local cuisine. [And if you haven't been, well, now you know!] You can have anything from ants added to a dish for a sour flavor, a handful of crispy crickets, or even some juicy tarantula to snack on.  And in addition to birds like duck and quail, one can also make a meal of local field rat.  So, when I was traveling through Cambodia and there was an opportunity to have some barbequed rat in Battambang, I decided not to pass it up. Here is the journey of from grill to mouth...   

Rat grilling on the barbeque

Rat served on a plate

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The first bite of rat

A piece of rat

This is how I felt about eating rat

I have to say, I would eat rat again! It was definitely juicier than chicken!

I hope you find yourself trying rat the next time you're in Cambodia and do be sure to let me know how you think it tastes!

Bon voyage!

Taryn 

5 Mouthwatering Restaurants in Melbourne, Australia

5 Mouthwatering Restaurants in Melbourne, Australia

A Totally Instagramable Day In Reykjavík, Iceland

A Totally Instagramable Day In Reykjavík, Iceland