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... old when Pol Pot's soldiers entered this city and she was separated from her family, forced to walk far away to work in fields...and had no idea where she was, where her family was, who was Pol Pot, and why she was forced to work in fields????
For 3 years and 8 months, she was a slave in her own country, all alone and starving from the mere rations of watered down rice porridge they were given once a day.
She said that she thought she ...
... simply because THEY were the ones who drew closest to HIM." I learn more and more every day how true this is. Any change you can make in the world, any true "discipling" that comes from you, any love that you pour out (the kind of love that really changes things) all comes from the intimacy of this relationship. It doesn't come from how much you know, what you've learned or how wise you are. It comes from a deep love and intimacy with God, ...
... happy hour you say? Oh my! I don’t mind if we do!...Get out of the way from the door I am off already!"
However, there is a dress code so we had rummage through our rucksacks and managed to find some outfits that were true to the letter of the code more so than the spirit but we were ready! After all a pair of trousers is a pair of trousers no matter if they have been worn for an entire year of travelling or if they have just ...
... I was so jet lagged I couldn't keep my eyes open. Luckily my good friend Emily Barry gets a special mention here because she kindly leant me some summer clothes as she was leaving Cambodia the following morning. When I rang the next morning, they thought my bag was somewhere in Bangkok but they basically had no idea where it was. So naturally, thinking my bag was lost forever, shed a tear for all the memories in that bag....then I went shopping at the markets. I bought ...
So for some reason I think Cambodia was probably the place that we had been least looking forward to getting to. Not that we didn't want to go, it's just that when you think Cambodia you think of a 3rd world country. Would it be safe? Dirty? Underdeveloped? Obviously these weren't enough to stop us going so off we went, first stop Phnom Penh.
Disembarking the boat from Vietnam we were met with the usual touts asking whether we needed a tuk tuk or a place to stay. As we got to ...