It wasn’t easy to explain my visit to Cambodia and Laos, in fact I found it tricky to know exactly what I’d be involved with. I wasn’t disappointed in the opportunities to support those with less opportunity in life than I have. I am truly blessed. Thank you Robyn and Uniting Journeys.
Once upon a time, some years back, I travelled with a slightly cynical perspective. I’d observe and retell, often in humourous guise, the societal and cultural differences I noticed with a view that my ‘world’ was the marker by which everything I saw was measured.
Call it ageing, maturity or just eating humble pie, we in the west have a lot to learn from other cultures and people. My visit to Cambodia and Laos, and in particular, to a village about 30 kms out of Siem Reap, has given me plenty to think about.
I came home with so much more than I took-no not luggage, but learning. I’ve written entries and will publish them every few days. Watch out for my entries and feel free to comment.