Bun Seda Angkor Villa
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Good rooms, honest and helpful staff and best of all - unlimited morning Cofffffeeeeee!!!!!
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We were all set up for a good night on the sleeper bus. Any hope of a good night sleep soon went when we hit what felt like heavily rutted dirt tracks. The big bumps were there most of the trip, the only respite being the drivers stop.
At Siem Reap we walked 2km to the hotel past busy morning traffic. We only had to wait half an hour for a room to be ready despite it being 0700. In Asia they have always let us check ...
... wooden steps installed over the top to protect the decaying masonry and no doubt improve the safety of visitors trying to climb the immensely steep inclines of this mighty structure.
Angkor Wat is unusual among the Angkor temples in that although it was somewhat neglected after the 16th Century (when the Khmer regime moved its capital city to Phnom Penh) it was never completely abandoned like the other ...
... I'm not sure if they realise just how much we have learnt from them in this whole process. One of the biggest highlights happened this afternoon. Julia, Greg and I have been working hard (through our translator who has worked even harder!) to teach the government school teachers about how to plan a fun, interactive, differentiated lesson. Today, our teachers stood and delivered a lesson and had taken all our ideas and made them their own to suit their ...
... his word. The knowledge of God is understanding. I find my self being easily shaken, when I forget who God is. This has been true lately.
In a week or so, there will be a second level discipleship school being taught in our community. It is called School of Worship (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uczonh BEmwY&feature=youtu.be) (Tway-bong-come means worship in the Khmer language). It is training on what worship is. ...
... The tour guide told us about the torture methods and Buddhism beliefs. It seems that Buddhist in Cambodia believe in heaven and hell, which is very unusual because normally Buddhism is all about reincarnation and karma in the afterlife. In the killing caves you could also see skeletons from people who died in the cave all those years ago, which is really sad and makes it all so much easier to come to terms with. After me and the girls then lost the rest ...