Jared and I are hanging out in a food court in the Inchion airport here in Korea, waiting for our connecting flight to Siem Reap. We're devouring some tasty curry, and, thanks to the generous wifi of the nearby Asiana Airlines lounge, able to jump online. I was just able to skype a dear, dear friend back in New York--the first skype of the trip, which seemed like a miracle to me--hunched over my keyboard and my uneaten curry, with the morning sun spreading across the tarmac just outside the windows... For those of you who don't know what skype is, it's a free service that you download onto your laptop. You can then call any cell phone or landline (for a small fee) or any skype user for free. So this morning I was literally able to pull out my laptop at this little food court, find a free wifi signal, and call my friend. A call from my cell phone would have cost at least 2 bucks a minute. Anyway, enough with the free plug--Jared and I roll into Siem Reap around 9 o'clock tonight. We can't wait to outfit the orphanage with bikes
and dive into everything Cambodian..