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Akun Tom Tom

Susan Lee,Cambodia Educator, Summer 2012

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Thank you so much for a truly wonderful experience. Thanks to all, but especially to our fearless, patient, and wise leaders… Chor, Michelle and Claire.

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07/21/12

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Susan Lee

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Thank you all for makingthisCambodian adventure so thought-provoking and meaningful.

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Unforgetable!

Karen Glenn,Cambodia Educator, Summer 2012

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Thank you all for makingthisCambodian adventure so thought-provoking and meaningful.

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07/19/12

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Karen Glenn

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    [post_content] => We have been driving all around Phnom Penh on the very Cambodian tuk tuk -- a motor bike with a " wagon" attached that typically carries 4 of us. There are motorbikes everywhere in this city ... like swarms of bees. They are mixed in with trucks, large cars, bicycles, and, really, anything that will move. While there are lines for traffic, they really are only a suggestion. As long as you are in the front, it is up to the of the person behind to avoid you. That really is the only traffic rule. While terrifying and so counterintuitive to a "barang" at first, it has been one of the most enjoyable parts of the trip. There is a rhythm to the chaos that you soon learn to trust. And then, just sit back and take it all in.....The motorbike that holds 3 generations of family and groceries, groups of saffron robed monks heading home to the temple, the unfamiliar/mysterious food items that are in the ubiquitous sidewalk food carts, the truck in front crowded with women returning from work at the garment factory, the grand wats and stupas, the peace memorial, the new high rise emerging above the neighborhoods.  We have gotten to know our gracious and patient drivers, had many wonderful conversations on longer rides, and shared a multitude of observations and experiences with each other. One can literally breathe in the daily life of Phnom Penh from the tuk tuk -- exhaust and all!
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The tuk tuk

Susan Lee,Cambodia Educator, Summer 2012

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We have been driving all around Phnom Penh on the very Cambodian tuk tuk — a motor bike with a " wagon" attached that typically carries 4 of us. There are motorbikes everywhere in this city … like swarms of bees. They are mixed in with trucks, large cars, bicycles, and, really, anything that will […]

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07/11/12

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Susan Lee

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These three words greet me as I ride my bike through the villages of Koh Pbao. Smiling children race to the doorways and out from under the main floor of homes to greet me. I am struck by the willingness of the children to speak as well as the smiles they wear. This experience has been incredible in that it has made me realize just how tied I am to time, to schedules, to rules. I am so grateful for the opportunity to learn about the rural culture here and I realize that I have learned much from the children as they check out my watch or my necklace. Great trepidation filled me prior to my arrival here but with one step on the island, a collective feeling of relief and peace took over. I hope to take this feeling back to the States with me.

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Hello ByeBye Ok

Karen Glenn,Cambodia Educator, Summer 2012

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These three words greet me as I ride my bike through the villages of Koh Pbao. Smiling children race to the doorways and out from under the main floor of homes to greet me. I am struck by the willingness of the children to speak as well as the smiles they wear. This experience has […]

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07/9/12

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Karen Glenn

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It’s hard to believe we’ve packed so much into just 10 days. We have met amazing people, from Buddhist monks to political leaders to village teachers, and many more. We have eaten an incredible variety of things including dragon fruit, rambutan, spiders, crickets, fish, curry, rice, rice, rice just to name a few. We have seen a great range of environments: the urban sprawl of Phnom Penh, the peaceful isolation of Kep, the seacoast, the Mekong river, the beauty of the village on Koh Pdao island, with more to come. I am so impressed with how friendly and dignified the Cambodian people are, with how clean the villages are, and how Buddhism is everywhere. Yesterday we planted rice, and it is the hardest physical labor I have ever done. Certainly there have been challenges, but we have been prepared for them, and the group has helped each other along. I am so impressed with how this tour was conceived and executed. Michelle, Claire and Chor are wonderful guides on this adventure, and the fellow teachers on this trip comprise an impressive group of educators. We have covered several months’ worth of information in our time here, yet we have never felt rushed. I know I will be happy to return home to friends and family (and pizza!), but with only 5 days to go, it already makes me sad to think of leaving.

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General Impressions After 10 Days

Dave Medvitz,Cambodia Educator, Summer 2012

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It’s hard to believe we’ve packed so much into just 10 days. We have met amazing people, from Buddhist monks to political leaders to village teachers, and many more. We have eaten an incredible variety of things including dragon fruit, rambutan, spiders, crickets, fish, curry, rice, rice, rice just to name a few. We have […]

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07/9/12

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Dave Medvitz

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    [post_content] => Our group is currently on an island in the centre of the Mekong, living in homestays with the subsistence farmers of the community of Koh Pdao. The island has no electricity and no motorised transport, and yet through amazing mobile technology we were able to get online! We just wanted to share a couple of photos to show you what we were doing this morning - helping our hosts plant rice!
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Internet in the strangest of places

Claire, Chor, Michelle,Cambodia Educator, Summer 2012

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Our group is currently on an island in the centre of the Mekong, living in homestays with the subsistence farmers of the community of Koh Pdao. The island has no electricity and no motorised transport, and yet through amazing mobile technology we were able to get online! We just wanted to share a couple of […]

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07/9/12

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Claire, Chor, Michelle

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    [post_content] => "I can't imagine..." It's a phrase I use and hear all the time at home. Not only is it overused in America, but it's rarely used sincerely. In the last two days in Phnom Penh, we have learned of the Khmer Rouge genocide and met people trying to bring reconciliation to the country. In the face of such exposure, I kept saying the same thing: "I can't imagine..."  And for the first time, I really meant it. Whether it was the pain the victims and their families felt, or the brutality of the killings, or the piercing fear at the time, I couldn't wrap my head around it. I could not, and probably will not, have the comprehension to fully know the pain Cambodians suffered or the national psyche that seems to keep it all so unexplained. Visiting S-21 and the Killing Fields left me speechless. Meeting young men who are putting themselves in real danger as they try to find answers and healing left me awestruck. So, no, I cannot imagine what Cambodia has been through or what still lies ahead, but I know its future is brighter than its past.
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I Can’t Imagine

Charlie Doar,Cambodia Educator, Summer 2012

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"I can’t imagine…" It’s a phrase I use and hear all the time at home. Not only is it overused in America, but it’s rarely used sincerely. In the last two days in Phnom Penh, we have learned of the Khmer Rouge genocide and met people trying to bring reconciliation to the country. In the […]

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07/6/12

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Charlie Doar

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This first week has been so full of visceral, intellectual, and spiritual moments that it is still difficult to translate them with any sort of meaningful depth or precision. We have met courageous people who have risked their lives to tell the truth about the genocide. We have met equally courageous people who see that same truth differently. We have spent time in the torture center at S21 and at the killing fields contemplating the many dead who will never get to tell their story. We have heard the silences that the devastation of the genocide still imposes on families and have felt the cost of those silences.
And at the same time we have met some of the most inspiring and effective energies of the new Cambodia: the young generation - resouceful, fearless, fun people - using social media and savvy notions of interconnectivity to create community-based NGO's and organize country-wide projects; industries, like a walter-filtration business, using innovative and commonsensical ways to improve not just health but education; a school that brings arts and possible futures to disabled children.
And, from the time we began our journey with a blessing from a Buddhist monk, we have had a ball trying many different kinds of food (from durian to noodle soup for breakfast to dried fish to Cambodian crab to egg rolls with tarot root to Cambodian iced coffee); stumbling happily through Khmer lessons; zipping through Phnom Penh streets in tuk-tuks; contemplating the merits of Cambodian music videos; learning about the fundamental precepts and paradoxes of Buddhism from one of our fellow travelers; and getting to know each other not only as fellow teachers but as individuals each at important crossroads in our lives. I feel so lucky to have such great companions and such knowing and deft group leaders. We are indeed blessed by this experience.
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some first thoughts and impressions

rod skinner,Cambodia Educator, Summer 2012

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This first week has been so full of visceral, intellectual, and spiritual moments that it is still difficult to translate them with any sort of meaningful depth or precision. We have met courageous people who have risked their lives to tell the truth about the genocide. We have met equally courageous people who see that […]

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07/6/12

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rod skinner

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We have been driving all around Phnom Penh on the very Cambodian tuk tuk -- a motor bike with a " wagon" attached that typically carries 4 of us. There are motorbikes everywhere in this city ... like swarms of bees. They are mixed in with trucks, large cars, bicycles, and, really, anything that will move. While there are lines for traffic, they really are only a suggestion. As long as you are in the front, it is up to the person behind to avoid you. That really is the only traffic rule. While terrifying and so counterintuitive to a "baran" at first, it has been one of the most enjoyable parts of the trip. There is a rhythm to the chaos that you soon learn to trust. And then.... just sit back and take it all in.....The motorbike that holds 3 generations of family and groceries, groups of saffron robed monks heading home to the temple talking on their cell phones, the unfamiliar/mysterious food items that are in the ubiquitous sidewalk food carts, the truck crowded with women returning from work at the garment factory, the grand wats and stupas, the walled off Royal Palace, the new high rise emerging above the neighborhoods. We have gotten to know our gracious and patient drivers, had many wonderful conversations on longer rides, and shared a multitude of observations and experiences with each other. One can literally breathe in the daily life of Phnom Penh from the tuk tuk -- exhaust and all!
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The tuk tuk

Susan Lee,Cambodia Educator, Summer 2012

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We have been driving all around Phnom Penh on the very Cambodian tuk tuk — a motor bike with a " wagon" attached that typically carries 4 of us. There are motorbikes everywhere in this city … like swarms of bees. They are mixed in with trucks, large cars, bicycles, and, really, anything that will […]

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07/6/12

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Susan Lee

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Cambodia Educator, Summer 2012

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Photos of our adventures so far

Claire, Chor, Michelle,Cambodia Educator, Summer 2012

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Here are a few photos so you can get a flavour of what we’ve been doing.

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07/3/12

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Claire, Chor, Michelle

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