How to Wash Laundry by Hand




Cambodia is a very hot country.

The heat in combination with the roosters and evening prayers makes sleeping a bit difficult.

Oh well, it’s all apart of the adventure.

In the morning I walked around with my friend trying to find something to eat.

Eventually, we bought bananas. Compared to America and Japan, bananas are really cheap.

They were small, but we got a lot of them, and they tasted really good.

After eating, we did our laundry. I guess that we were washing them wrong because our host mother moved us to the side and washed all of our clothes by hand.

I felt really bad, but at the same time I was thankful.

After we finished hanging up our laundry, I sat in the classroom waiting for classes to start.

It was hot and boring. Hopefully, I can do something more productive during that time, like studying Japanese or reading something on my phone.

Once the students came, the day became more exciting.

During the 1st hour and a 1/2, the students come to study Japanese because there is another school that the students go to study English.

Luckily I was invited to make some videos for the school’s website. The videos were in Japanese, but it was simple enough that I could help with it.

I taught a little bit of English, but not much. Many of the students want to memorize hiragana and katakana. I helped out as best as I could.

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