At the night market with Gumli
Its been three weeks, and it has come time for final goodbyes with old friends and new. It is not without a little sadness that these "last words" from Cambodia are typed. Our time here has been jam-packed with games, singing, craft, piano lessons, and building relationships with plenty of young people. We have enjoyed being welcomed into the Hamill household, and are thankful for their enduring patience when alarm clocks have gone off six times before we have surfaced, we have drank all the water in the filter and we have suffered the after effects of some Cambodian cuisine in their bathroom! Mostly we have been massively humbled by the attitude and hard-working nature of many of the young people in Cambodia. While we came here with the intention of spending time trying to minister to them, they have certainly challenged, inspired and ministered to us.