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... at the childcare centre so we had a party with the children. It was sad to leave and they all sang me a goodbye song which was so cute. There were some more volunteers there from Australia who have come to look at the health of the children and see what they can do to help. They took various measurements and looked at the development of the children. It's very sad as every single one of the children ...
... rice and family farms along the route and several times we had to stop and wait while water buffalo and other livestock crossed the road. After 6.5 hours we arrived in Phnom Penh and my friend David met us and walked us along the river to his apartment where we are staying. A quick walk through the neighbourhood, and an evening snack looking over the moonlight river ended our ...
... Island. We rented bikes and headed across the Mekong River to enjoy the more rural countryside. We packed onto the local ferry along with trucks, motos people, all of which had delivered veggies or fruits and wares to the Central Market.
On the other side was a large Vietnamese community , some living on their floating houses, while others on the river's bank. These people were all fishermen.
While peddling thru narrow dirt streets ...
... way the Killing Fields themselves were used along with heart wrenching accounts from survivors of the period. Prisoners were brought to Choeung Ek from neighbouring prisons and were often beaten to death to save bullets. A memorial stupa housing the skulls of 8,000 people stands in the centre of the former orchard, surrounded by mass graves and pathways where bones and clothes continue to rise to the surface as the weather takes its toll.