Auberge Mont-Royal D'Angkor
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... and dandy but in one of those streets that grow up on tourist trails. At first they are a pleasant find, as they were in China, but then seem to sadly develop into western bars, massage joints, tattoo parlours; in fact establishments you might easily find at home but would have the sense to avoid. Thursday 6th November Luckily we packed quite carefully the night before because our early morning call at 4am failed and so did our alarm clock. Luckily something woke Roz ...
... experience. Following Bakong, all of the group decided to do the optional activity of a boat trip down the Tonle Sap river to the floating village of Kompong Phluk. This was very enjoyable. The boat ride down the river was very peaceful. The village is accessible via a road during the dry season, but it floods during the rainy season (when the Tonle Sap lake greatly increases in size). The villagers have lived here for centuries, and I think mainly subsist ...
... therefore huge open balconies on every floor. After a couple of hours we headed down to the hotel restaurant with the intention of finding a chemist to help me clear my chest infection that I was struggling with, however we found ourselves stranded inside the hotel and unable to leave. The street in front of us was flooded to above knee level, the water flowing past at pretty quick pace, with a mix of the locals sewers and rubbish (pleasant, now we understand the contents of our mud ...
... who accepted Christ and the Christians whom we partnered with. We are now back in NZ! It has been amazing two months on outreach. Pray for all of the school as we debrief the whole discipleship training school and pray for students, sending them off to where God has called them next and taking what they learned in to many spheres of society. Thank you all for your support and prayer, it's amazing what God has done and taught us! Love, ...
... the killing fields.This was one of the hardest things to visit. Out of respect I didn't really take any pictures and I don't even really want to share what I did take ( so I'm only going to share two or three). It really was one of those moments where you don't really have any words- just sadness and disbelief that humans could do this to each other( and to little babies and children). Just horrific. The final straw for me was when I saw ...