Khmer Inn Angkor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... a chat. Instead it turns into lots of smiles and me leaving her 3 dollars. (I think she would have preferred Riel) I land in Phnom Penh and jump on Tuk Tuk to the 88 guesthouse. Then I seems a lot more frantic than siem reap and even less road regulations exist here as well. So with the beautiful sound of permanent horns, cars and scooters driving on the wrong side of the road and scooters delivering products the size of a regular garden shed wobbling about we ...
... They were dead serious. When I explained that it was no joke and there was an entrance fee, they went into a tirade about how everything there was a tourist trap. Uh, hello? Have you noticed the oasis of a city we are in is only growing because the tourists and UNESCO decided the temples nearby were worth seeing? The driver started to give us different options as far as things that we could do because the temples were no longer an option. I was a little upset about this, but ...
... I will keep names confidential). God is hotly pursuing us and sets up circumstances that we might experience his glory. What a great time!
Thank you for all who have supported us in our outreach to this people, I hope you are encouraged. Commit yourself to the Lord and his work and he will make it possible for you to do the works he calls you to do. On the last note, this week I committed myself to be intentional about sharing the Gospel with at least one person ...
... around local markets . Best buy ever a tennis racquet like, battery operated, portable insect killer4.50 us. Boat for lunch Afternoon ox cart ride to Kampong Tralach to visit some pagodas Wat Kompong Leu dating back to the last century.First stop a small pagoda then off to the big temple for a Buddhist blessing. Sitting on the floor with the monk chanting towards the end he threw jasmine buds over us. Outdoing the ancient capital of Cambodia ...
... Apparently it's little brother was the pick of the crop but I felt okay about missing out.
After a pleasant tasting Jackfruit we moved to a stall selling a variety of fruits covered with chilli. That combination seemed irresistible to hundreds of little bees so we had to waft them away to get at the fruit, The mango with chilli was delicious ...