Thursday, September 23, 2010

Time to say goodbye...





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Its time to say goodbye to Cambodia again after nearly 3 weeks... $25 of Cambodian "lard/ice cream"(I'm not sure what it is made of...) cakes have been eaten by the 100 students at the Centre's school which can only mean Happy Birthday or goodbye. I had both goodbye in English and the Khmer for goodbye iced onto the cake to ensure there was no confusion .... A few more goodbyes and then it is off to Bali.

4 comments:

Donna Kemp said...

I think you will be missed Michelle.

Sam Vang said...

Those dancing pictures aren't cambodian classical dance or folk but Indonesian

hongleng said...

The Beautiful and Natural Office

According to furniture shop in Cambodia construction materials highlighted the accessory building is designed.
This office is full of functional and besides a working space; there are spaces for meeting and for relaxing.
One more thing, there is a public access from the street leads to a courtyard and mezzanine, and then this public side of the building is quite modest and tucks quietly into the topography very well.
Moreover the indoor work is very practical, and it is designed to maximize storage and minimize clutter.
Indeed the wide sliding door open to expend the corner to the garden court, and the garden feature is really interesting with vertical and horizontal planes that create a variety of weather protected spaces.

Chhunmeng CoolBoy said...

Wetness blown away

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