How many can you list??????
Crusing down the Meknog River, what splendid scenery, I thought this would be the time to catch up on some reading but no way ! Too much to see, always something happening.
Playing "Simon Says" with 70 children in Pak Leung ( a small remote village in Laos) as part of the Book Bag project.
Feeding the Buddist Monks at 5am in Luang Prubang.
Watching the sun rise over Ankor Wat ( just a magical moment)
The floating village in Cambodia was just unreal, finding people living in such an inviroment. We nearly had an Angelia Jolie moment when coming across a beatiful smiling 18 moth old girl to be told both her parents were dead. Just heart breaking to leave her.
When Nok ( our leader) tells you "it will be cold on the boat in the morning" then believe her. It will be, despite by 10am the tempreture hitting 30 degrees plus.
Cambodia use the US Dollar as local currency so do not bother changing money when going into the country every where you go its just " one dollar"
Luang Prubang night market is the best, do not miss out bargains galore, no hassel and smiling hagglers.