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... brother in the fields but that was the last time she would ever see him.
After it was over, she walked back to Phnom Penh (over 100km) to find her family. It took her many months and she when she arrived she could not find a single family member ( she was reunited with her mother years later).
She explained how much they all suffered, many died of starvation or disease, but also, how they suffered as much after the regime!
... fruits of the spirit dwelling in your heart that have been produced from that relationship.
Annnnyways, four more weeks to go until we're back in France! We leave for our next destination on Monday. My next letter will be upon returning, so PLEASE keep me in your prayers! Pray that God uses us in mighty ways, that we are bold for the gospel, strong in love, and eager to serve!
Much love and blessings,
Gerritt and Maggie Salant
... in Saville Row!
We even arranged a transport to take us there. However it turns out that tuk tuks only drop you outside the gate, so not quite the grand entrance I was expecting! Still, what we excel at, and I believe we fit in exceedingly well with, is in the consumption of exotic beverages! We gulped those happy hour price, oh so good, yummy yummy, bad boys down like we had a volcanic eruption in our belly that needed ...
... essentials and probably too many pairs of elephant pants and shorts. That night I rang the airport again just to make sure that it was actually gone, and of course, they had found my bag and it was on its way to me. I had just gone and bought half my wardrobe again. ****. Now I had twice the amount of stuff including Em's clothes. If anyone saw how much stuff I had been carrying around, you know that any little bit extra would have made me fall over.
Phnom Penh ...
... we were literally mobbed. 'Tuk tuk?' 'Tuk tuk?' 'Tuk tuk?' Yeah this was what we'd been warned about! We got to our hotel in one piece once we'd escaped. This time an Aparthotel 20 mins walk out the centre. It was super modern, our first realisation that Cambodia may not be what we were expecting... Within no time we were out exploring, trying some local food and of course the beer on offer. We had a decent 'Fish Amok' a kind of fish curry cooked in banana leaves and 'Pork Loc ...