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After looking back through my previous blog posts, it has become clear to me that this must all sound like one big vacation considering how little I have talked about the academic side of this experience. Despite having been on the go for much of this adventure, I have really taking a liking to my courses which are much different than what I would be able to take at home.
Two of my classes are all about Singapore and discuss not only the history of the ...
... but always at a cost, and Peng advised us never to give them money, as there are so many better ways to help the people. In the afternoon we visited Bayon, Preah Mah and finished back in Angkor Watt when the sun was going down. Bayon, with its many smiling faces sculpted into rock was an amazing sight, and we also passed the Terrace of Elephants and the gates of the complex at Angkor Thom. The Cambodian people are rightly ...
... bit of a random night. We had a quick look around and weren't too impressed with the markets so decided it was time for a beer, but what makes a beer even better? A foot massage. So the three of us sat there for 30mins getting a foot, calf, shoulder rub, and a beer for $3 each. We then found a bar playing the Japan vs Scotland rugby game and watched the first half. Across the road we noticed a kickboxing bar so we ...
... time doing today. Drinking and reading the book. I do not want to go to the temples and just stare at them without understanding what I am looking at. So, hopefully that will make my visit better tomorrow. The hostel I am staying at is full of 18-21 years olds. Boy, am I in a wrong place or what. Today, I didn't even make an effort to socialize. I think this is going to be one lonely stay. But I have had ...
... and have over 48 workshops around Siem Reap and 1,000 artisans. Their mission is to offer youth employment opportunities in their home villages to allow families to stay together and continue farming. Silk purchases for all the girls! On our way to the next stop, we saw large groups of students heading home at lunchtime. Education is provided free to all children in primary & secondary school. However, due to a lack ...