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My journey in Cambodia comes to an end. Rachana, Panyia, and Cheemoua, I’ve enjoyed getting to know you. I will miss our daily routines of ‘cafe tik coal tik ducko’ (ice coffee), our ghost story nights, our bike rides in the country side...

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We are currently in Battambang Province, Cambodia. We only have until Friday in Singha Village with the students. I feel sad that we are leaving so soon; it’s unfair in a way. For the students, it’s like they are waking up from a really good d...

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As I’m laying awake at 4:30 in the morning at our guesthouse in Battambang, I’m reflecting on the past few days of our journey. Traveling through Cambodia, I realized how much it changed. The roads here has gotten a lot better. The traffic in ...

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These two little girls and a few other students live up the mountain side. After visiting their homes, I was really amazed that they weren’t kidding. They really do walk a long ways to come see us. This reminds me how much we take so much things for...

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Let me tell you a background story about this little girl. She was a student of mine. Her name is Daly. She is sixteen years old. She has cataract on her right eye. She has this bad ass, big boss personality. We called her, “Bong Thom or Gangster.&#...

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Today, our GCP group and I parted ways with our friend True. I am sad our journey together has come to an end. I’ve enjoyed your presence with the rest of the group. I will definitely miss rooming with you and telling ghost stories in our five star ...

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I will miss my students at Singha Village. I will miss bonding and laughing with them. I will miss biking and going on adventures to the Logan/coconut plantations, and the temple mountain with them. I didn’t think saying goodbye to them was going to...

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Every day after class, we took students home on our bikes. I got to meet their families and saw their living conditions. Most of the students live in huts, some live in run down shacks. Some of the students live nearby the local market or close to our far...

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Since bootcamp is over now, I have some time to reflect. I’ve been thinking about my trip to Cambodia with GCP. I miss Cambodia so much. I miss the weather, fresh authentic fruits, speaking Khmer to everyone, my traveling peers, and Most of all, I m...

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Life gets noisy – distractions, daily routines – can easily quiet our passion. A conversation with a friend, simple reminders about our calling, and my spirit wanders again. The humming of the plane in mid air permeates my spirit as the sun co...

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