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... I researched New Hope, I thought it would be a great option for a school group because the activities involved are all about giving back to a less fortunate community and people whose lives have been disrupted.
Yesterday I worked in the school. It was amazing to see the young people willing to learn and I realised they have a different mind set about education to ...
... in Cambodia. It features Kulen Mountain, religious sites, waterfalls and a mountain hiking tour. The tour shows aspects of history when you look at religious sites and you also get to see what the land of Cambodia is like, with its jungles. This tour would be an enjoyable and educational activity for school groups as it teaches the students about the religion and history of ...
... so far the highlight of my trip. Unlike most of the temple of Angkor, Ta Phrom has been largely left to the clutches of the living jungle. With its dynamic interaction between nature and man-made art, this atmospheric temple is a favourite for many as they pick through the rubble. This would be an excellent activity for a school group as it shows history of Cambodia and they would recognise this place from the 'Tomb ...
... The guide showed us the most incredible hand-made sculptures and artwork all in the one place. Artisans d'Angkor has developed from the ambitious belief that it is possible to receive ancient Khmer arts and crafts while improving the lives of thousands of people living in rural areas by giving them a job opportunity. Spending the afternoon in the factory brought a whole other meaning of art to my mind and I thoroughly enjoyed learning heaps of ...
... to the Cambodian landmine museum, The Museum tells the story of landmines in Cambodia and the country's continuing efforts to rid itself of the aftermath of over 35 years of warfare. Here you can see (defused and safe) landmines up close, find out how they work and how you can help Cambodia and the rest of the world in the on-going efforts of clearing these weapons from the face of the ...