June 18. Angkor Wat.
We take a very early bus to Siem Reap because we are ready for a little tourist break and Angkor Wat is not the worst backdrop for a short timeout. I doze off on the bus and hardly notice how the bus makes a grand detour around one of the largest lakes of southeast Asia. ...
June 16. Working Day.
This is a working day. We take the tuk-tuk to town and go shopping. I buy all kind of stationary for KNGO, ranging from a soccer ball to a few hundred notebooks, pens, bilingual storybooks to paint supplies and buckets. It is easy to find and we are quick and efficient, I like that so ...
June 14. Happy.
The time at SSF is wonderful. I feel happy. I would like to work for such an organization when I am big. But will they let me? Ah, will they? They want me to have a diploma. Did napoleon have a diploma? I am so happy here.
We go to the marketplace again to buy ...
June 13.
The guesthouse is comfortable, and we got a good night's rest. The following morning we show up at the foundation and organize a paper maché workshop with the children. This time, there are no disasters and the little ones show their amazing creativity again.

In the afternoon, we visit several of the villages that ...
June 13.
The guesthouse is comfortable, and we got a good night's rest. The following morning we show up at the foundation and organize a paper maché workshop with the children. This time, there are no disasters and the little ones show their amazing creativity again.

In the afternoon, we visit several of the villages that SSF supports. ...