Month: July 2014

Garden and Geese Team!!

Full Day of Work!! Hi, the Strong Elephant Team! Today is the full working day for all of us that is such a surprising day that we are waiting for almost 3 days. We started breakfast at 7 am and then we divided into two group, First group calls Garden Group and Second Group calls…



One Day in Phnom Penh and full day on the Bus!!

First Day!! Hi Everyone, Reach Out Volunteers Parents, Friends and other Relatives welcome to visit the Blog of Elephants. Today is the first day that we meet the amazing people tries to be the vegetarian for a week and eager to conserve the animals’ lives. After a busy arriving at the Phnom Penh airport. Everyone…



Slow start, fabulous finish!

Sunday 6th July 2014   Today we left our little home in the jungle at the elephant refuge. The morning was very relaxing – it is Sunday after all! We said goodbye to Arun Ria and Kamlin then after lunch boarded the bus back to Siem Reap.   Back in town we stocked up on…



Elephant Updates

Wednesday 2nd July and Thursday 3rd July: Just a quick update as our group is still experiencing some problems with the internet out at the Sanctuary. Not to worry however, as everyone is still having a great time! 🙂 The groups have been split in two for the last few days as they take part in a…



Day Two: We’ve Arrived At The Elephant Sanctuary

Hi there Families, Friends & Loved Ones, Just a quick update on the group out at the Elephant Sanctuary. They’re currently experiencing some problems with getting an internet connection at the moment, so we will be posting the blog on their behalf for the next few days, while our volunteers enjoy their new jungle surroundings. The…



Day One: The Great Ibis

Monday is officially Day 1 of program. We started off early with 730AM Breakfast before heading off to the Killing Fields. The Killing fields are a collection of mass gravesites where the Khmer Rouge took prisoners for executions during their reign from 1975-1979. It is now an open-air museum where the volunteers had the chance to…



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