What It’s Like Teaching English In A Cambodian Village

Setting off to volunteer, we awoke at 4 AM and caught a tuk tuk (the driver was still asleep in his hammock) from our hotel to the bus station in Phnom Penh to search for our ride. A man named Mr. Chang would be taking us to our home for the next two weeks, the Dolphin School of English in Kratie, Cambodia.

Almost as soon as we pulled up at the station Mr. Chang found us. He was a short smiling man who took our bags and simply said “OK bags here” as he pointed to a minivan and indicated that we should wait… Read More in our Featured Post!

And, if you’re interested in volunteering at the Dolphin School of English (which we highly recommend) check out their Workaway profile!


One of our students playing at school in Kratie before English Lessons
Learn More About Our Time At DSE Here!


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