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Posted by Tim and Jessica on Mar 1, 2004
Places We've Been: Cambodia
The following are stories written about our travels in Cambodia. You can find stories set in other countries by returning to Places We've Been.
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Posted by Jessica on Mar 3, 2006
Teaching in Kratie, Cambodia
We taught classes that night and the following two nights too. Every class was different for us because we switched students and teachers each day. On average each class had 15 students in it, although Tim had one class with nearly 40 students one night.
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Posted by Tim on Feb 24, 2006
Jessica and I made up a little collection of photos of our friend Klaus (and a hedgehog or two) in Ko Chang, Sihanoukville, and Kampot. For those who are interested, I present to you... Klaus-Spotting.
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Posted by Tim on Feb 20, 2006
San San, the Mekong River Dolphin
On the western shore of the wide Mekong River, a world away from the hustle and bustle of noisy Phnom Penh, the tiny town of Kratie slumbers. The small handful of visitors it receives tend to drop by for one of two reasons: either to see the dolphins, or to catch a night's sleep on the bumpy road down from Laos.
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Posted by Tim on Feb 17, 2006
Deep-Fried Tarantulas
Warning: This entry concerns the consumption of enormous spiders by your friendly neighborhood hedgehogs. If you are disturbed by spiders, you may not wish to read this entry or see any of the pictures within. You have been warned...
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Posted by Jessica on Feb 16, 2006
The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
When we first started planning our trip, we knew there were two main reasons for visiting Cambodia. First, to visit the mighty Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples located near the town of Siem Reap. And second, to visit a museum called Tuol Sleng located in Phnom Penh.
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