After finishing finals, I decided to make a photoblog, cause facebook F's up the quality of my pictures. Anyways, I'll try posting pics like at least once a week.
This is Cambo2k8.
We taped and numbered our luggage so we wouldn't end up in cambodia with a lost bag or lost riddler.
We Took Korean Air and although we were flying economy class, every seat had its own screen and a plentiful array of movies/shows/news reports/games.
View outside the plane.
Our bathroom at Life University where we lived and taught. Cambodia doesn't have the traditional showers, most bathrooms are makeshift shower rooms and giant trash-cans hold water which is used for all hygienic use (flushing toilet, shower, washing hand, brushing teeth, and washing face). Sometimes 10 guys would have to share one trash-can of water for 4-5 days.
Cambodian Breakfast of Champions
So Rachel was playing fetch with her students. She would kick the ball and he would return it and then she would kick it again.
Durian- The God of All Fruits (aka smelly delicious jankkk)
Computer Class. So Life University was fortunate enough to have a computer lab. The computer lab consisted of 3 long tables with holes punched in them so that the monitors could fit in the desks. Half the computers were broken so 3-4 kids had to share a computer at a time. So when the students were waiting to get on the computers, our team would talk and get to the know the students. As we talked with the kids everyday we got to know them better and we got to share stories of how God was moving in our lives.
Bentaproum- a poor village a good distance away from the university where we taught. This village had a barter system where the villagers would trade goods directly for other goods instead of using currency. This is where we probably faced a language barrier the most, but we still communicated with them through our energy and actions.
Frank La Modeling. (We didn't have a pool where we stayed, this was a pool near a restaurant where we ate).
Joe Song Modeling. If anyone is interested in any models under the Andrewparkphotograhy label, contact Andrew Park at firstname.lastname@example.org
These are 70 of the 3000+ pictures i took at cambodia, which is only a short glimpse of our mission trip. To those in cambo team, i hope these pictures remind you of our mission trip and what we learned. and to everyone else, I hope you guys consider going on a mission trip whether it be with KCM or some other organization.