Hey guys! I’m writing to you from Sihanoukville, Cambodia, where the Leapers have spent no more than a week working at a school and exploring the exotic beaches that the province has to offer! Sihanoukville certainly felt different to the hustle and bustle of Siem Reap. The region was a strange mishmash of city, countryside… Read More


Hey guys! Welcome back to my blog on Cambodia. Our last week in Siem Reap was an absolute blast and I’m so excited to tell you all about it!    Both of the groups have finished their projects: two new toilets have been built for some of the poorest families in the region. The moment… Read More


Hey guys! Thanks for checking back in on what the Leapers are up to in Siem Reap, Cambodia! It has been an eventful week and i am excited to tell you all about it.    The toilet-building project is coming along LEAPs and bounds! We’ve built the infrastructure of the toilet and now we are… Read More


Hey guys! A week ago I touched down in Siem Reap, Cambodia, and what a week it has been. I was greeted by both a wall of heat and humidity, and the lovely Cambodian Leap team, and taken to a hostel not too far from the town centre. Soon enough, all the Leapers were getting… Read More


Hi there! I’m Georgia, and I’ll be joining 9 other leapers in Cambodia for 5 weeks. I’ll be taking you through our exciting adventure with us, delving into the depths of village life in Siem Reap, beautiful temples such as Angkor Wat, and stunning beaches in Sihanoukville. I hope you’re excited as I am. The… Read More


It has been an exciting week of exploring, burns, sweating, complaining about sweating, and near death experiences in tuk tuks. Everyone has started settling in and adjusting to this extreme but fantastic country.   The gang bravely ventured out on the first night. Although we were somewhat delusional from the flight, we tried some delicious… Read More


We packed a lot more into the second week than the first! Early this week we finished painting the school.  We then spent the next morning helping the local women make their fishing nets. Although it took us a while to get the hang of, by the end of the three hours we were actually… Read More


We arrived in Sihanoukville in the afternoon on the Sunday. We spent the day relaxing after spending the previous night out in Phomn Penh. The next day we began volunteering at the local schools, as usual we split into two groups, my group went to a school named Computer Development Centre (CDC). Here we began… Read More


  On Sunday evening we returned back to the Elephant Valley project. That evening the power went out so we all drank wine by candlelight. On Monday we all began volunteering again. The week we had planned was a lot more relaxed than the previous week. Tuesday was spent doing a jungle trek in the… Read More