Greetings, I'm 27 and I'm from a little bit south of Stung Treng. I was trying to figure out how to go back to college (I am a network communications major) and one of my online friends suggested coming to stay with him while I study for a while in the U.S. He lives in Charleston, South Carolina. He suggested that I could attend one of many technical colleges there, take some advanced classes and maybe teach some if I am lucky.
When I got there after I got my luggage through customs- there was a problem because the tag had disappeared from one of my bags- I was immediately impressed. Charleston is a bustling town and I recommend anyone to visit it.
After an expensive plane ticket I needed some extra income so I took up some internet writing for Africa Media and some other websites about expatriation. It is an interesting subject to me because I personally know many people who move from their home countries to make a life somewhere else. In my search for colleges I applied at Trident, Miller-Motte, and a few others. The problem I ran into right away is that my health insurance had lapsed and most of the colleges require a policy.
So I looked into getting Cambodia Health Insurance. I realized that if I get injured, I don't want to have to go back to Cambodia to be treated, since I don't have U.S. citizenship I don't feel comfortable, even if it wasn't a requirement to attend school. Cambodia Health Insurance is a very courteous and prompt service who can help you find the policy that covers your needs at a very competitive price.
Other than that, my trip is going great. It turns out I never would have needed insurance, as I am very healthy to this day and haven't broken any bones. I am in the process of reapplying for a visa because I am in the middle of some great people and I hope I don't have to leave anytime soon.