Kraw lor Blur
The team has bonded very well and we had a great day today clearing the ground at the school ready for some new climbing frames and swings that we will construct tomorrow. The kitchen roof went on today, the local guys are having a lot of fun working on that. Campbell has the children's programme cranking in both villages and is drawing in all the kids. We finished off the afternoon with a game of tkraw and volleyball, dinner has turned up so it time to sign off. Philippians 4:4-7
Krey mo Kee
Friday, this morning we went for a walk around the village and it was great to see where everyone lives, the path is very twisty between the houses. Most houses have a variety of animals like pigs, dogs, chickens and sometimes cattle that all live under the houses. Apparently according to our host Becky there is an expected dowry of 3 pigs when you get married here and most people seem to get married and children while they are still teenagers. The local church here is being rebuilt to be bigger. They are using cement blocks and wood and it has an artistic entrance to make it stand out from the houses.