As you may already know we are in the final stages of planning our trip to Southeast Asia to visit with Honorees and take in some great sightseeing along the way.
We still have a few spaces open on a first come, first served basis. (Reservation details below)
The trip is organized in “Modules” so you can come for all or some of them as your interest and schedule permit.
Here are the basic choices:
Module #1 Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Arrive March 7 and program begins March 8, ends March 10. Visit with Benoît Duchâteau-Arminjon 2012 Honoree and sightseeing includes the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, and much more.
Module #2 Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Arrive March 10 and program begins March 11, ends March 13. Visit with Kenro Izu at Angkor Hospital For Children (2014 Honoree) plus sightseeing at the great Angkor Wat Temples, and more.
Module #3 Luang Prabang, Laos.
Arrive March 13 and program begins March 14, ends March 17. Visit with Kenro Izu’s brand new Children’s Hospital in Laos plus sightseeing to include a boat ride on the Mekong River and visit to the “killing fields” among several other historical sights.
Module #4 Bangkok, Thailand.
Arrive March 17 and program begins that day with sightseeing to include the Grand Palace, the world famous markets, and the Emerald Buddha. We have a tentative visit with 2001 Honoree Sanphasit Koompraphant whose work with The Center For The Protection of Children’s rights is a legend in SE Asia (http://www.cpcrthailand.org/). Program ends March 19.
Module #5 Manila, Philippines.
Arrive March 19 and program begins March 20, ends March 22. Visit with Gregory John Smith’s program in Manila (2014 Honoree) plus sightseeing and shopping.
I urge you to make your reservation NOW! Please respond by January 19!
Simply select the modules you want to participate in and email Arwen Lange at [email protected] with the information. You can also complete our online form. We will respond with the cost and other details about the trip.
I look forward to traveling with you and experiencing the work of our Honorees first hand.