|A little girl looks on as Phally listens to Bea while sweeping the floor.|
This is Phally's home. His mother recently sold it and he will need to find a place of his own soon.
|A cargo train comes through Phally's neighborhood roughly 3 times a month.|
|Family portraits hang in Phally's mom's home.|
|Bea and Phally read the Bible almost on a daily basis.|
It helps Bea with her Khmer language and allows them both to share their faith.
|Reading the Bible in Khmer. Bea is fluent in Khmer and is able to read it better than write it.|
|Falling asleep while watching a movie at Bea's place. She currently lives with a host family.|
Bea and Phally do not yet live togehter, but they look forward to being married sometime in the future.
|Grabbing lunch at the market. In preparation of Phally getting his own place, they went shopping for basic household necessities.|
|Shopping for a wallet. The young couple is looking to organize their finances before embarking on a lifelong partnership.|
| A boy is intrigued by the couple. Bea was the only white person at the market.|
She is a tough negotiater and makes sure she gets a fair deal.
|"You know you like my street."|
Bea & Phally are discussing the available single room options for rent in the same neighborhood where Phally currrently resides.
|A prospective room for rent on the 2nd floor.|
|Residents "people watch" outside of their homes as the sun sets.|