During spring break, a team of six KAIS students and super teacher Lewis Baker headed to Cambodia. We spent two days in Phnom Penh, learning about the history of Cambodia and visiting such historical sites as the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. We also got the chance to take a boat ride out to a village where Silk is produced.
The next few days we were immersed in the rural village of Kampong Chang, where we teamed up with local coordinators and helped build a school. This amazing travel experience concluded with a tour of the ancient temples of Angkor Wat. We would like to extend a big thank you to the friendly folks at Rustic Pathways for helping us organize the trip, and look forward to another service trip next year!