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... them were between the ages of 11 and 16. In total there were 11 survivors of S-21. Four children and seven men. Of the children, two are alive today but don't remember much of the ordeal. Vietnamese soldiers found them hiding under a large pile of discarded clothes at the back of the prison. One died straight away due to so many insect and rodent bites. Of the men, 3 or 4 are alive today and speak about their time at S-21. One paints pictures of ...
... people are, how delicious the food is, how unlike-London the climate is and most importantly, how rewarding the work is. So when it came to choosing a destination for what I call my 'Great Escape' there was no doubt in my mind that it would be Phnom Pehn. Not only had I been told great things, I knew I would be well looked after!
So I quit my job in July and arrived in Phnom Pehn on 4 August for 5 weeks (of ...
... were bloodstains throughout the buildings. Even the stairwells and the corridors. There were three buildings, each with three levels, all of which had been turned into cells. The first buildings rooms were quite large with a single bed frame in the middle. You could see the depressions of a body in the sagging structure. There were shackles or chains located at the end of the beds, and huge dark patches on the floor below. On one wall of each room, there was ...
... and the second level was for the people. That's important to note because it meant that the big luggage was accessible during the trip, meaning it was accessible so that the bus company staff could go through your luggae and steal anything of value. It our case, it happended to be about $250 that was at the bottom of my bag. I didn't realize it until we had gotten to our hotel. There was a knot in one of the ...