Peace of Angkor
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... had a back up plan if God didn't provide for option number one). We should have never doubted. The number of students and staff increased to about 42 people and the amount of money needed increased as well. God provided for us to go! We sought the Lord and waited on him. The last dollars we needed were provided during the week of training! God is faithful! God wanted us there!
God wanted us there. He had plans for us. That being said, it wasn't a surprise when ...
... now you can only enter from one side and there is a high security presence. It was getting late and our last stop was to see the sunset from another temple. We headed over to the temple, Phnom Bakheng. This would involve a climb up the hill to the temple on top to see the sunset. You could pay $35 to ride an elephant up and then down the hill, but this was just sitting on seats on the back. As we reached the top the views were amazing. You could see far out to a man made ...
... of Africa. His dad decided to open a hotel in Siem Reap and then this restaurant, which opened when Sebastian arrived a year ago or so. It doesn’t really explain why the coolest grown-up bar in Siem Reap is here, or why the food is so fantastic, or even just why people from Reunion Island decided to move to Cambodia, and are so incredibly Parisienne in every way except that they are extraordinarily warm and welcoming. But it’s remarkable by any ...