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... were too expensive to waste on killing people, so their skulls were smashed with whatever was laying around at the time. But birds were singing in the trees and the airy atmosphere was surreal, one would not guess what had happened there if you had not been told, or noticed the human remains that surfaced after it rained.
We left feeling a sense of disappointment in humanity, sorrow for the victims and anger for the perpatrators. Pol Pot had died ...
... areas of Phnom Penh brought us to the "Killing Fields". With headsets you were quided thru the grounds to this place where thousands of Cambodians were killed brutally with axes, bamboo stakes, shovels , hoes. Babies were slammed against a tree. I cried!!!! Mass graves were evident as the ground rolled up and down. Many skulls and bones have been excavated and our now housed in the very large memorial "Stupa" to honor the dead ...
... off at a photo studio. After the obtaining the photos, we walked back to the immigration office, pausing for bubble tea along the way. We arrived and had to wait around 2 hours. It was a somewhat unorganized office that was understaffed and likely underpaid. Several foreigners sat and sulked in metal chairs, swatting at mosquitos to ...
Today was a rollercoaster of emotions.
First I went to the firing range and shot an M16, which put a big smile on my face as I watch the coconut explode even after missing it the first time.
After leaving the range adrenaline pumping we headed off (ironically) to the Choeung ...