We sat for an hour talking, or rather Socheat interpreting for us and she was such a fun, happy, smiling lady you just wanted to constantly hug her. She told us she really liked us and that she think of us like her daughter. We have been invited to stay with her whenever we return (soon I hope) as long as we teach her English. She kept thanking us so much for helping Cambodia and the things we were doing. It was hard to leave her place not grinning from ear to ear. We said our goodbyes, and exchanged long hugs and rode back home on the motorbikes.

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