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We left the center/farm today. It was so sad. Lots of students were crying and lots of hugs were exchanged. I will miss the hut we sleep in. I will miss the 5 star bathroom with the frogs and toads. I won’t miss the vicious fire ants at all (I hated...

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We continue our travels and we’re currently in Sihanouk Ville doing some errands. On the long bus ride here I couldn’t help but think about my students… On the second to last day of teaching, I drew out a timeline of some of my significa...

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We have arrived in Ho Chi Minh City! As much as I miss my students, our small hut, the farm, and the village, I must say I miss home as well… I’m glad I came on this journey. I’ve seen a lot, learned a lot, and connected a lot. The villa...

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I’m finally back in my room, I missed it so much — so I thought… As I unpacked all of my stuff and organized my room, my head started to spin. I thought about my life in the states and how much I’ve missed out on school, extra-curr...

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Tonight marks the 3rd night traveling with GCP from L.A., to Vietnam, and then finally to Cambodia. I have been exposed to so many things thus far, the lifestyle, the cities and rural areas, the chaotic traffic, S-21, and SO MUCH MORE… I admit that ...

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We arrived in Siem Reap, Cambodia this afternoon. We took 9 students from Singha Village along with us on this journey, for some of them have never left their village and to the cities before. To be quite frank, I miss Singha Village, where we teach Engli...

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We are finally leaving Siem Reap and back to Singha Village. I am relieved. Being in the cities overwhelm me so much, but it was been great letting the students that we brought along with us be carefree children and be exposed to life outside of their own...

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We said our goodbyes to our students at Singha Village yesterday. So many students cried, some cried uncontrollably… my students, they were around 5-12 years old. They are so young and innocent, yet they can comprehend such pain and heartache of us ...

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[text_divider type=”single”] Text Divider [/text_divider] Right now it is 1/10 and 7:30am in the capital Phnom Penh, Cambodia. We’ve been here for almost 3 hours now waiting to board onto our next bus to Sihanouk Ville, the beach! I stil...

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Tonight is our last night in Cambodia. I feel sleepy, yet my mind and body feel uneasy. I can hear laughter, talking, motorcycles, music, and so much more from outside. Sometimes I’d imagine how it’d be like if I actually lived in Cambodia (in...

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