Go back to the beginning of AD, then all the way up to the present, with stops between.  We begin by gaining a grave understanding of Cambodia’s recent tragic past as you walk through the halls of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.  It’s a dark beginning, but key in appreciating what Cambodians have overcome.  We then journey north to Battambang and watch thousands of bats take over the night sky – a scene out of National Geographic.  In Siem Reap, visit the largest temple in the world, Angkor Wat, soaking in the peaceful life of monks as you wander through thousand-year-old trees and temple ruins.  The final excursion is a day of empowerment, as you learn of a vision, a story, and the result of hard work and following your destiny.  This trip will shake you to your core, leave you in awe-struck wonder, and demonstrate without a doubt that we really can do anything if we only keep putting one foot in front of the other.

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