One of the great things about traveling with Lindblad Expeditions is that we are often joined by scholars and experts in the places we go. This morning, we enjoyed a talk by Professor Jean Michel Fillipi about Cambodia’s modern history. Of course, the indoor programs were only a taste of the day’s travel through Cambodia. In the afternoon, we visited the town of Kampong Leaeng, where the local community is known for clay pottery, specifically pots used by locals for storing water, cooking food, and various other uses. These pots are made by hand in the traditional way; the potters do not use wheels to spin the clay into pots.