Experiencing fulfillment in life through serving. - Deut. 6 : 7

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Photo Blog: A Paired Birthday Fete

My posts have been stuffed with photograph of foodies these days - but this time, a dual birthday celebrations were taken place. Two of my girl besties here in Siem Reap - Cambodia were commemorating their birthdays on the same month and on a sequential days. Foodstuff weren't only flooded but snapping a pic was the first thing that came to mind as a tangible proof just to document every jovial memories, just like any other typical undemanding celebration.

It won't be long or partly so, I wouldn't be able to see these people as I am embarking to a farther journey in (a)far-flung place. Seizing the opportunity of being with them while I still can is desirable, so as candid shots were highly done beforehand. Of course, selfying and all that was applied since it is already a fad nowadays.

The occasions was celebrated in different locations. Firstly, we had a simple dine out at the famous vegetarian resto in Siem Reap, secondly was simply done at a famous resto-cafe along the center of Siem Reap. What can I say? blessings poured out as never before. Thanks to my LG (Optimus) cellphone, I could barely document every occasion, occurrence, places and people one day at a time.




















Saturday, November 15, 2014

Photo Blog: Sabbath Worship in Korean-Cambodian SDA Church

Twas a great Sabbath worship so far since I arrived here in Cambodia. The hour of worship was indeed so lively and filled with heavenly music, though the songs were in Koreans.
The church was flooded with attendees specially visitors from Korea. The Women's Ministry in Korean SDA church came to visit Siem Reap to minister the Korean women who currently living in Siem Reap-Cambodia.
Of course, the highlight of them all apart from digesting the bread of life was the festivity of foodies prepared by the visitor. The foodies were so sumptuous and palatable.


















Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Photo Diary: Cambodian Foodies Part 4

Larger part of the edible materials that I have been posting here are Korean cuisine and Khmer. Been salivating and enjoying my time having these foodies served.
The only chance that I could mostly try the Korean foods is during Sabbath day, as our Korean-church host freely offered vegetarian lunch.
Well, Korean cuisine is among of my fave foods in the world apart from Thai food. I would always love Korea foodies.









Below are somewhat odd or scary to see, so to speak. These aren't snakes, but eel and sea snakes. They are common staples for Asian specially in Cambodia. I haven't seen such a colossal files of eel and sea snakes in my entire life but only here in Cambodia. When I saw these in the local market, it always gives me goosebumps. 




Thursday, November 06, 2014

Photo Diary: Cambodian Foodies Part 3

Unable to update for a couple of days, seems like my blog is as dry as the Sahara desert. I had thought I can keep posted in here every now and then.
I am not a superman that I can do both, teaching and blogging at the same time. Well, busyness has taken my time to bring up-to-date my blog and worrying of the plans that might not be working according to God's will. Gladly, plot has normally granted by the Most High and I couldn't believe that He did. This has been the biggest petition I have been asking Him apart from Europe and trekking to the nearby neighbors of Asia.
It has been a routine now that I keep on posting photos of Cambodian foods, had nothing to complain which is very apparent that I am in Cambodia. What else do I need to post here but partially foodies for now, and later on will features something greater than this.
Herewith, are some of the Khmer foods that you can usually eat and some part of it are a bit twist of Korean dish.