Mysteres d'Angkor Siem Reap Lodge
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... and then pile into the velvet tuk tuk. Beng Melea is a long ride. It's apparently 40km each way but the journey takes the best part of 2 hours. We leave town past the Psar Leu market which is heaving and I have trouble realising it is early on a Sunday morning but there are no weekends here... National 6 is horrible - they are working on it to make it wider but it's a mess. It's a physical mess and it's a mess because it is where the worlds meet. It carries buses and trucks ...
... again. It was almost dark when I left the School. I took the most direct route back to the city, which meant cycling, in the dark, through the rice fields and through village communities. I managed to get lost a few times and had to ask for directions. For periods of time I was cycling through clouds of Mosquitos, which were bouncing off my head, arms and legs. It was interesting to see the families in the countryside, where there is no electricity, gathered ...
... barely any wind. This was another level from any heat that we have ever experienced and we both really struggled. Ben has always said that he likes the heat and can deal with it well; Korina has always said that she doesn't like it too hot because her body struggles to cope. After today, Ben is not so sure and Korina is utterly confident. Stopping to rest in the highest level of the complex, we chatted to a brother and sister ...
... to receive additional English language training. She talks about anything from Canada to Leadership and Goal Setting. We prepare worksheets for the students to complete and help with their responses. The kids are incredibly KEEN! Sam even helps out, It’s very rewarding.
This morning we visited one of the Caring for Cambodia NGO schools. We introduced ourselves to the super-intendant. The school has about 700 students and each gets ...
... AM waking everyone else up again. Someone actually had to go and shake them to wake them up but they were so completely passed out that even that didn't work. Finally someone found their ipad and shut off the alarm manually but everyone was REALLY upset at them at that point. So anyways, they weren't sure if that was actually me, but it wasn't. I alleviated the tension very quickly by saying that I left for Siem Reap at 5, which was before any of ...