Angkor Wat Guesthouse
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is better than just throwing the money at them and encouraging dependency. The weaving ladies and electricians have positively blossomed since they have learned a trade and are able to stand on their own feet. They have a confidence they never had. It is a delight to see.
This year I have again been writing family updates for sponsors - those wonderful people who donate a little every month to help a family in a very tough world. Doing this tears my little heart ...
... again, I'm not being a princess. Five minutes after spending two hours at the border, our guide announces that we are going to take a twenty five minute break at a roadside restaurant for a break. We just HAD A BREAK. Fine. We realize that the guide or the company is getting a kickback from this, but really? The bus finally arrives in Phnom Pehn, and we have to switch buses. Because of our twenty-five minute break, people have missed their connecting ...
Then, we headed to Beng Mealea, using a country road, to get a feel of country living. That was a couple of hours being banged around, but still interesting. Beng Mealea has been left to nature and is extremely damaged with piles of stones everywhere in between the huge trees and growth. As ...
... to her in French and everyone else in English with the odd bit of Khmer for good measure. I know that more than once I used the wrong language to the wrong person!!
Their first initiation involves a tuk tuk ride. I try to negotiate down but only the well off stay at the Sokha so I don't succeed. The driver appreciates my efforts and says (which I took as a compliment!) "you funny you"!! It's a quick ride down to the Old House and as soon as we get out along comes the ...
... We are so proud of all that the students achieved over the last 28 days. The challenges they faced during this period are far to many to mention; so it is a credit to them all they not only survived but also thrived! Amongst the many challenges there were also plenty of laughs, good times and lots of fun. As leaders, having a great group of students makes the experience all the better for us too. We are thankful to have been able to share ...