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... if he was available for hire the next day. I heard that you could rent a Tuktuk for about $25 for the day, so I thought a nice air conditioned cab would be worth slightly more. Cambodians work in US$ primarily. I offered $30, he countered $60, we settled on $50. He would pick me up at 9am and I would have him until about 4pm, or whenever I was tired. This morning as I drank my coffee at the hostel and chatted with the owner he insisted that I paid far too much. But I was ...
... unexpected, enjoyable night. They certainly wowed us with their acrobatic skills! http://www.phareps.org/ Our first full day in Phnom Penh was absolutely heartbreaking and a day of such mixed emotions. It was an eye opener into what horrors human beings are capable of. It was a day of experiencing what atrocities humans can live through and yet still carry on with their lives having lost everything. It also taught me what true forgiveness really is. And finally ...
Here in PP. Made the big sacrifice and left Sharon in KL her heading back home for sister Linda and me to come here for the SE Asia Sub Regional CHE Consultation which will have people here from Cambodia, Viet Nam,Singapore and maybe elsewhere in this sub-region. Will be presenting Caring for the elderly, Disaster Planning and Working with Corrupt Governments. Now why they should pick topics like that for me...are they trying to tell me something here?!! PP has ...
... than me.
Saiem had to go off for
work leaving me to plan my lessons for the next day. I was running
out of ideas, I was printing worksheets for them to trace over
letters and colour in. Everything else was essentially beyond them.
In Grade 4 we were coming up with all sorts of fun games to help them
learn but now, saddled with phonics and kids with virtually no motor
skills I was pretty much working in handcuffs.
Steve was working ...