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... For me the most horrific atrocity of the war was the massacre of four to five hundred unarmed residents of the village of My Lai on March 16, 1968. The senseless murders, rapes and mutilations were committed by Company C of the 23rd American Infantry Division. Twenty-six soldiers were charged with criminal offenses but only Lt. William Calley was found guilty of murdering 22 civilians. He had served three years when President Nixon intervened to release him. The massacre ...
... stomach it, but you could see them from a good distance away. It was something like 7 levels, from what the guide said, of remains, but the majority of the remains were left in the ground.
After a lunch break back at the hotel, we went out again to see S-21. This was a school in the middle of the city which had been turned into a prison and place of torture. This place was significantly more daunting than the Killing Fields. It was cold and really dark, ...
... their arms about. They all looked at me when I joined in but I didn't care- it was so much fun!!! At the airport early the next morning TV gave us a big hug and wished us both luck. It was quite emotional to say bye to him and I think Cambodia has been one of the countries that has affected me most. We have seen some really sad things but also met so many lovely people who would do anything to help you. When I think of Cambodia, I just want to give it a big hug, a very special ...
... and the billions of trees made into leaflets. We did place our argument that it was very un-resourceful of them, they had good arguments themselves, still couldn't convince us to come to their 'real cool pool party with music and girls in bikini’s.’ We are girls in bikini’s. We have the sea right here, why would we move? You also got some very pushy Cambodian women who loved to point out how hairy we were as if it disgusted them that we were women. Yes thank you ...
... plenty of fun corners and great views but there was nothing of
interest at the top. The ride down had several routes but we couldn't
get information from anyone about where the other roads went.
Security guards simply didn't know where the only two roads on the
mountain actually went.
We followed the same road
down which took us nicely up to lunchtime. Kampot might be quiet but
there was plenty to eat and drink if nothing else.
We had also ...