Monthly Archives: July 2007

>Culture Shock

>I’m in Siem Reap right now, home of Angkor Wat, which is about five hours north of Phnom Phen. Our group is staying at a four star hotel, which for me is a very difficult transition from villages with no … Continue reading

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>Arsenic and Old Lace

>Yesterday I to a small village to test their drinking water for arsenic with Sua, a local Christian and RDI employee. Sua and I share a common love of Manchester United and 1960’s motown songs (our rendition of “Uptown Girl” … Continue reading

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>Cambodia

>Well I’ve been in Cambodia for several days now, but for the the last 2 I’ve been in a small village without running water or electricity, let alone DSL. We’ve been building a huge rain collecter, as currently their only … Continue reading

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>Socialism

>I’m in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam right now. The airport is by far the oldest and most run down I’ve been in yet. The customs agent didn’t seem to like me- I wanted to remind him that they actually … Continue reading

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>Lost in Translation

>Well, we’re stuck in Tokyo because we missed our flight to Hong Kong. Now we have been redirected and will be traveling through Ho Chi Minh city. My first time in a communist country!

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>2 hours isn’t alot of sleep.

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>See ya later Heber. It was real. It was fun. But it wasn’t real fun.

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