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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the flood-damaged roads from last year and having to disembark to let Seha negotiate a diversion at one point. Whilst they are still not completely paved yet, the roads have been mended to a reasonable standard.
We chatted with Fr Panus and Lim, our driver who comes originally from Prek Toal, on the way back. Lim has an ear for English and enjoyed tuning into our conversation. Fr Panus gave us a quick resume of his homily, which explored why Mary ...
... while we're having lunch there. We told her it was our last day when we were leaving, and we had a nice goodbye with her. I'm going to miss that place! And only paying max $1.50 for lunch every day! In the afternoon it was largely the same sequence of activities, only this time I monitored the art room during indoor activity time, and I ended up with way more talcum powder on me. The little boy from the morning who had not wanted to dance was also way more into it this ...
Today started with a visit to a Buddhist monastery where we were all given a blessing. The monks also tied a red cord around each of our right wrists which was a bit of a risk as they are forbidden to touch a woman in any way. As Buddhist monks are considered to be gods, nobody is allowed to be higher than them so we all had to get down on the floor and, as most of the group are around my ...
... got a message from Justin saying that work was, in fact, not canceled, and there had just been an epic miscommunication. He had passed along the volunteer coordinator's number, but as it was he and Candy were already not going in to work and the three of us were already out of the city. Thankfully it wasn't the huge ordeal it could have been, and we all knew for sure we'd be expected at work on Tuesday :P. Banteay Srei was really ...
... and then picked up some more groceries. Happy hour runs every day here and, in many places, it runs all day. That means a beer costs 50 cents and a pitcher of beer $2. We had watched a few programs about Cambodia before we came here. Regarding the food presented in the programs, we haven't seen fried tarantulas or hard boiled eggs with fully formed duckling embryos, but we have seen stuffed frogs and ...