Creativity, curiosity, and imagination are what we're trying to encourage and we want to ensure that, even when we're not around, the kids have the chance to flex their cranial muscles. Over the past few weeks one of the long term volunteers at a local NGO, Ms Begoña Goienetxe (don't ask me how to say that last name), has been fundraising like crazy to realise our collective ambition to inspire the imagination of the kids in the preschools here in Pursat. Begoña saw that the kids don't have toys which are notably vital in terms of the initial development of a ... Read More
September 8, 2015Adrian Paschkow
Cambodia – Angkor wat


Cambodia, the home of legendary temples, spicy amok, and bamboo just about everything. Its history is rich with the stories of Chinese settlers, Cham invaders, and great battles with the Siamese. You need only visit the temples surrounding Angkor Wat to be transported back to this time and feel the power of the Angkor Empire. However, much of its beauty was sacrificed between 1975 and 1979 when the control of the Khmer Rouge Regime devastated the land and its people. The regime enforced a strictly agrarian policy which induced the evacuation of entire cities to rural settlements and the genocide of all ... Read More
July 22, 2015Lucy Kemp