My feet are numb, my belly is full and I have the biggest smile on my face!
This is what happiness looks like for me ... when I share a meal with volunteers, friends and families at my village home in rural Siem Reap!
Occasionally I enjoy a good meal at a nice restaurant in the city of Siem Reap. Most of the tourists would be able to tell you about Pub Street, which offers cheap drinks including $0.50 beer and some local food.
One of my ‘must eat’ restaurants is Olivewho serves fine French food. My favourite dish has to be the ‘Blue Cheese Soufflé’ that is cooked to perfection every time.
There are many other nice places serving great food in style without breaking the bank. Malisis one. Beautiful setting with a stunning bar.
My Happiness journey
In this and my future blogs, I’d love to share with you what happiness means to me especially when I am in Cambodia. I call these as my currencies of happiness.
I don’t believe there is an exact formula to happiness because personal perspective plays a vital role in determining what happiness means to us individually. It is more or less like a currency which works in one country but perhaps not in another. Some currencies are worth a little bit more than others but there is beauty and happiness in every single one.
There you have it, my take on “Currency of Happiness” in Cambodia!
Follow me if you like it. Let me know what your Currency of Happiness is. I’d love to hear from you!
Of course we at PeopleStories are always happy to have volunteers over in Cambodia. See and feel for yourself how much real impact you can make and bring at the same time a smile onto your face ;-)