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Video: Students on adventures in Cambodia and Vietnam

Eight Year 12 students from Rockhampton Girls Grammar School travelled to Cambodia and Vietnam on a three-week trip.
Eight Year 12 students from Rockhampton Girls Grammar School travelled to Cambodia and Vietnam on a three-week trip.

A THREE-week-long trip through Cambodia and Vietnam was a life-changing experience for eight Rockhampton students.

The Rockhampton Girls Grammar School Year 12 students said the adventure changed their perspective on life in Australia.

Abbey Godwin-Smith said she felt lucky to live in Australia, after seeing the poverty facing people in parts of Cambodia and Vietnam.

But, she was most amazed by the happy and optimistic outlook so many people had.

Here, Abbey and Ashley Pillhofer share their favourite experiences of the trip:

See full story next week.

Topics:  cambodia, rockhampton girls grammar school, vietnam




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