Friday, March 16, 2012

Last Day in Cambodia!

Angela, Onika, and Erin are on their way to the killing fields. We'll meet Jasette for lunch then we're all headed to the Russian market! Then....off to our 10 hour layover in Korea for some last minute sight seeing! Exciting times  ahead!

-- 1:33pm

Just came back from the killing fields while Jasette went to the prison for medical care. It's very depressing to listen to how the Khmer Rouge killed so many intelligent people. We learned a lot about the history of Cambodia and have really enjoyed our stay here. The people have been so kind to us and we are extremely grateful for everyone's generosity and kindness.




Overall, we are so humbled by the people we met at One-2-One Cambodia. Even though some of them have nothing, they are still smiling. From the mobile clinic, to the prisons, to the people that housed us, it was an amazing experience. The people we met at One-2-One Cambodia were like our family. Their home was our home. We were so touched that they cared for us and really extended their services to us. We heart them!

Right before the trip to the airport


Last good-byes

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